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.
The bill no longer requires women to undergo an ultrasound before using abortion-inducing drugs.
Scott Pelath evaluated the House GOP on putting the middle class first, reinforcing traditional public schools and taking a break from divisive social issues.
At the Statehouse, the House passed a budget and a bill overhauling the state's criminal code. The Senate passed legislation regulating drug-induced abortions.
The Senate approved a bill that would require women to have an ultrasound before a drug-induced abortion.
The bill still requires women seeking drug-induced abortions to get a have an ultrasound before taking RU-486.
The bill would also mandate clinics distributing abortion-inducing drugs have the same facilities as surgical abortion centers.
One bills ban abortions based on the fetus' characteristics, and another requires providers to give women considering an abortion information packets.