The rallies come in the wake of a controversial video that claims to show Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale of fetal tissue.
The rallies are in response to videos posted online purportedly showing Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale of fetal body parts and tissue.
A video released earlier this week purports to show a top Planned Parenthood official discussing illegal trafficking of aborted fetal tissue.
Pro-choice advocates attribute the decline to availability of contraceptives. Pro-life groups cite new laws aimed at restricting or reducing abortions.
The state has agreed to end the legal battle over a law putting tougher restrictions on chemical abortion clinics.
The law redefines abortion clinics to put stronger restrictions on facilities that provide the abortion pill mifepristone.
The Planned Parenthood facility in Bedford is shutting down after seeing a significant decline in the number of patients it sees each year.
The legislation requires backup physicians to have proof of their admitting privileges on record with the state Department of Health.
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.