A bill written specifically to stop a clinic in Lafayette, Indiana, from offering terminations will now go into effect, leaving Planned Parenthood of Indiana to make some tough choices.
Both Democrats and Republicans are expressing reservations about a bill that would effectively ban medication abortion in Indiana, despite its proven safety.
“Something else could come in my vagina for a medical test that wouldn’t be that intrusive to me,” says a spokesperson for Indiana Right to Life.
Why shouldn’t politicians legislate medicine? For one thing, their lack of medical knowledge.
Now you, too, can walk away from your appointment with lots of unnecessary paper and material.
Although Mourdock didn’t win a senate seat, that’s small consolation for the women in the state who still need access to abortion and family planning services.
With just days to go until the election, neither side is willing to let the other take advantage over the comments made by an Indiana senate candidate.