Activists Protest Against Proposed Indiana Abortion Law

activists protest against proposed indiana abortion law

activists protest against proposed indiana abortion law

United States United States – Indiana lawmakers are expected to discuss plans to tighten the state’s abortion laws after activists protested against the proposed abortion law. The lawmakers will vote during the special session that starts July 25.

On Sunday, activists in Indiana, a U.S. state, gathered in Highland to protest the bill. The proposed bill would ban abortion with limited exceptions for rape, incest, and health risk due to pregnancy.

Reportedly, more than a thousand Indiana health care providers signed two letters to express concerns about the proposed abortion law. During the protest, abortion-rights advocate Heidi Endersen said, “People are going to die because of the overturn of Roe v. Wade, and I have to come out here.”

Many abortion-rights groups also gathered near Wicker Park on Sunday to share their opinions at the Indiana State Capitol. Some abortion-rights advocates who demonstrated on Sunday said that they plan to take their fight to the State Capitol on Monday.

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