Gov. Eric Holcomb signed the remaining legislation from the 2018 session Sunday. That includes a measure that creates new abortion reporting requirements for all Indiana doctors and hospitals.
The bill authored by Sen. Travis Holdman (R-Markle) creates a long list of abortion complications that must be reported to the state.
Legislation headed to the governor would allow prosecutors to seek a murder charge against someone who attacks a woman and causes the death of her fetus.
Health care providers across the state will be subject to new reporting requirements when it comes to complications from abortions.
Baby boxes are meant to be a more anonymous way for people to drop off unwanted newborns. The expansion effort died, but is alive again in a separate bill.
The House Public Policy Committee rejected some changes to an anti-abortion bill.
A federal court heard an appeal of a judge’s decision to strike down key parts of a 2016 Indiana abortion law Thursday.
Sen. Aaron Freeman (R-Indianapolis) says the Senate added a provision to his bill expanding feticide law that he hopes heads off any issues.
The measure also adds new details about a woman to reports sent to the state following an abortion.
The Senate has rejected legislation designed to ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.