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Federal Judge Grants Injunction against Part of Indiana's Pro-Life Law

A U.S. district judge in Indiana has issued a preliminary injunction against three parts of the state’s new abortion law, one of which requires parental consent for minors seeking an abortion. The bill would have required judges to determine whether or not it is in the best interest of each minor in question to notify her parents prior to undergoing an abortion procedure.
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