Sen. Liz Brown, R-Fort Wayne, authored a bill that bars abortions when the procedure is done because of the fetus's gender or if it might have a disability.
The state has agreed to end the legal battle over a law putting tougher restrictions on chemical abortion clinics.
A measure in the Indiana Senate requires abortion clinics’ backup physicians to report their name to the state Department of Health.
The bill would now only require abortion doctors and backup physicians to have their admitting privileges in writing with the health providers and the state.
The judge's ruling stops Indiana from enforcing a law that would impose new requirements on abortion clinics that provide only chemical abortions.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana sues Indiana General Assembly on behalf of the Planned Parenthood facility in Lafayette.
The governor says action could come on the regulatory side or through further discussion in the Indiana General Assembly.
The U.S. Supreme Court announced Tuesday it would not hear Indiana's appeal of a ruling that struck down the state's law defunding abortion providers.
Planned Parenthood is planning a legal challenge to the measure, which regulates Indiana clinics that provide drug-induced abortions.
The legislation creates stricter regulations for facilities that dispense the abortion-inducing drug RU-486.