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INDIANAPOLIS — Some state leaders are fighting back Friday after a preliminary injunction was granted by an Indiana judge, allowing abortion care to resume in the Hoosier State. The state has filed an appeal, seeking a stay of Thursday's order as they ask Indiana's highest court to take up...
INDIANAPOLIS — Here are Wednesday's latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic, including the latest news on COVID-19 vaccinations and testing in Indiana. Registrations for the vaccine are now open for all Hoosiers through the Indiana Department of Health. This story will be updated over the course of the day with more news on the COVID-19 pandemic.
INDIANAPOLIS — "It really is a day of victory for all people in Indiana," said Dr. Katie McHugh, an OB-GYN and abortion provider in Indiana. After a special judge granted the ACLU's request for a preliminary injunction on Indiana's new abortion ban law, the ruling Thursday will allow elective abortions to resume legally in the Hoosier state.
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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana University School of Medicine is already feeling the effects of the state’s abortion ban. “We’ve already been in rapid planning mode to address how this is going to affect our patient care as well as our education," said Dr. Nicole Scott, the OB-GYN residency program director with IU Health. “Abortion care training is still a requirement for OB-GYN residents and the new legislation limits that to some degree for our resident doctors.”