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Judge halts Indiana law requiring reporting of abortion complications

Judge halts Indiana law requiring reporting of abortion complications
A federal judge has imposed a preliminary injunction blocking an Indiana law requiring abortion complications to be reported to the state. Indiana Right to Life noted on June 29, 2018:

Planned Parenthood and the ACLU filed suit in April to block two portions of the law: first, that physicians, hospitals and abortion facilities report when a woman is injured by an abortion; second, that abortion operators must disclose greater amounts of information when attempting to open a new abortion facility in Indiana.

The Senate Enrolled Act (SEA) 340 was signed into law in March by Gov. Eric Holcomb and was expected to take effect this month. Also according to Indiana Right to Life:

Complications required to be reported include: uterine perforation, cervical perforation, infection, hemorrhaging, respiratory arrest, shock, or incidents in which parts of an aborted baby are left within the woman. The law also enhances reporting requirements when a woman gets an abortion by tracking whether she was seeking the abortion as a result of abuse, coercion, harassment or trafficking….

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