Pro-Lifers Fear Abortion Loopholes As Indiana’s ‘Near-Total’ Ban Goes Into Effect

Pro-Lifers Fear Abortion Loopholes As Indiana’s ‘Near-Total’ Ban Goes Into Effect


Post-Roe, pro-lifers are grappling with potential next steps in the fight to end legal abortion. Last week, Catholics for Life petitioned the Supreme Court to recognize the unborn as persons under the law. This week, Sen. Lindsey Graham proposed a bill that would ban most late-term abortions. And yesterday, Indiana’s new abortion law, SB 1, took effect.

The bill is facing lawsuits from the ACLU, but it is also controversial among pro-lifers. The bill has been described as a near-total abortion ban with narrow exceptions for the life and health of the mother, rape and incest, and lethal fetal anomaly, but some pro-life Hoosiers are concerned that it is full of loopholes and potentially devastating consequences.

For example, SB 1 allows a baby conceived

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