Planned Parenthood, ACLU challenge new Indiana abortion law


Planned Parenthood, ACLU challenge new Indiana abortion law
  1. Planned Parenthood, ACLU challenge new Indiana abortion law
    dailyjournal.net
    INDIANAPOLIS — Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky is suing over a new Indiana law that makes it tougher for girls under age 18 to get an abortion without their parents knowledge. The federal lawsuit filed Thursday by Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana says the law is unconstitutional and…
    Indiana (IN)

INDIANAPOLIS — Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky is suing over a new Indiana law that makes it tougher for girls under age 18 to get an abortion without their parents knowledge.

The federal lawsuit filed Thursday by Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana says the law is unconstitutional and seeks to block some of its provisions from taking effect July 1.

Gov. Eric Holcomb, who signed the law April 25, has called the measure a “parental rights issue.”

The law requires judges considering giving a minor permission to…

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    Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    05.24 / 05:43 dailyjournal.net
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    Goshennews.com - Goshen
    05.24 / 05:04 goshennews.com
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    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    05.24 / 04:33 cbs4indy.com
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    Portagelife.com - Indiana (IN)
    05.24 / 04:18 portagelife.com
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    News-sentinel.com - Allen County
    05.24 / 04:15 news-sentinel.com
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    News-sentinel.com - Allen County
    05.24 / 04:15 news-sentinel.com
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    Laportecountylife.com - La Porte County
    05.24 / 04:14 laportecountylife.com
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    Wishtv.com - Indianapolis
    05.24 / 04:01 wishtv.com
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    Wishtv.com - Indianapolis
    05.24 / 04:01 wishtv.com
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    Tribstar.com - Local
    05.24 / 04:00 www.tribstar.com
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    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    05.24 / 03:38 cbs4indy.com
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    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    05.24 / 03:38 cbs4indy.com
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    Currentzionsville.com - Zionsville
    05.24 / 03:10 currentzionsville.com
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    Currentincarmel.com - Carmel
    05.24 / 03:05 currentincarmel.com
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    Wishtv.com - Indianapolis
    05.24 / 03:05 wishtv.com
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    Wishtv.com - Indianapolis
    05.24 / 03:05 wishtv.com
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    Tribstar.com - Local
    05.24 / 03:04 www.tribstar.com
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    Tribstar.com - Local
    05.24 / 03:04 www.tribstar.com
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    Tribstar.com - Local
    05.24 / 03:04 www.tribstar.com
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    Tribstar.com - Local
    05.24 / 03:04 www.tribstar.com
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