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Indiana Supreme Court Rules Abortion Can Continue

The Indiana Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday that abortions can continue in the state until a decision is made in a pending January hearing.

The state’s highest court denied the request of Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita (R) to allow a new restrictive abortion law to take effect until the court ruling. The law was signed following the overturning of Roe v. Wade in June and took effect on September 15 until it was halted by a preliminary injunction.

“We are deeply disappointed the Indiana Supreme Court will allow the injunction against Indiana’s new abortion law to remain in effect pending appeal. We estimate at least three thousand unborn babies, whose lives otherwise might have been saved, will now needlessly die from abortion as the law remains blocked,” Indiana Right to Life CEO said in a statement following the ruling. Read more…

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