Indiana Bans Abortions Based On Fetus' Race, Sex Or Disability
After Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed the law, opponents said they planned to file a complaint.By Melissa Prax | March 26, 2016
A new abortion law in Indiana restricts abortions performed because of the fetus' sex, race or possible disabilities — making it one of the most restrictive in the U.S.
Although pregnant women won't be prosecuted, doctors performing abortions will be held legally liable if they defy new restrictions.
Gov. Mike Pence said in a statement the bill "is a comprehensive pro-life measure that affirms the value of all human life."