INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Leaders of Indiana’s Republican-dominated Senate on Wednesday proposed banning abortion with limited exceptions — a move that comes amid a political storm over a 10-year-old rape victim who came to neighboring Ohio to terminate her pregnancy.
The proposal will be considered in a special legislative session set to begin Monday, making Indiana one of the first Republican-led states to debate tougher abortion laws following the court ruling. Supreme Court of the United States last month overturning Roe v. Wade. The Supreme Court ruling is expected to result in the banning of abortion in about half of the states.
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