Indiana sued over abortion pill
INDIANAPOLIS- Planned parenthood sued the state of Indiana because of a new restriction on reproductive rights involving the abortion pill. The Planned Parenthood clinic in Lafayette must either stop handing out the abortion pill or make internal changes, like adding surgical capabilities. Planned Parenthood calls it unconstitutional since the legislator who sponsored the law said he did it because of his own personal and religious beliefs. The clinic says it plans to continue services regardless of what happens in the lawsuit.
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