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Abortion Drug Bill Moving Through Indiana General Assembly

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Lawmakers in Indianapolis are getting close to passing a bill that would put restrictions on how the so called morning after pill, RU-486 is dispensed in Indiana. SB 371 would require clinics which dispense the drug to have full surgical standards and require women to receive an untrasound. Planned Parenthood of Indiana has said they would have to stop offering the drug at its Lafayette facility. Regionally Speaking Host Steve Walsh talked to Rep. Shelli Vandenburgh of Crown Point.


UPDATE: The bill moved onto the Governor Thursday April 11, 13.


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