Indiana’s New Abortion Law is On-Hold After ACLU Sues over the Law

Indiana’s new abortion law is on-hold, for now.  A special judge yesterday issued a preliminary injunction against the law that bans most abortions in the state.  The ACLU sued over the new law, claiming it violates a woman’s right to privacy.  Indiana’s attorney general is promising to appeal, he says there is no constitutional right in Indiana to have an abortion.  The new law took effect last week.

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