Indiana circuit court granted a request from abortion providers and a pregnancy resource center to temporarily block abortion ban Senate Bill 1 (S.B. 1), immediately restoring abortion access in the state.
Indiana’s ban on abortion, S.E.A. 1, took effect at midnight, Thursday, September 15, effectively eliminating abortion access across the state. S.E.A. 1 was signed into law last month by Gov. Eric Holcomb.
A class action lawsuit was filed on behalf of Hoosiers whose religious beliefs are in conflict with S.E.A. 1, Indiana's ban on abortion.
The ACLU of Indiana filed a lawsuit challenging Senate Bill 1, a law that, if not blocked in court, will effectively eliminate abortion access in Indiana on September 15.
The General Assembly has passed a ban on abortion, turning back the clock 50 years on Hoosiers’ fundamental right to control their own bodies.