INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -
The Indiana House has approved a measure on a so-called Ďabortion reversalí
procedure despite concerns from both sides of the aisle that the method
hasnít been sufficiently vetted.
Rep. Rob Baconís measure, the State Health Department would create a form
for abortion providers to provide to women considering drug-induced
abortions. It would give women information on potentially stopping the
procedure midway through, with a disclaimer that no medical studies have
confirmed itís possible.
the information could give a woman a chance to save her baby. But critics,
including some anti-abortion Republican women, contend itís irresponsible to
promote a procedure that hasnít been scientifically proven to work.
The measure passed
54-41 Monday, with 17 Republicans voting no.