Senate OKs new regulations on pill-induced abortions
INDIANAPOLIS - Hoosier women seeking pill-induced abortions would be forced to undergo at least one —likely transvaginal — ultrasound, and clinics distributing abortion pills would have to meet strict new standards under legislation approved 33-16 by the Indiana Senate on Tuesday.
Senate Bill 371, which now goes to the House, requires a woman undergo an ultrasound examination to determine the gestational age of her fetus before he can be given abortion-inducting pills.
Read more: NWI Politics (February 26, 2013)
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