INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Opponents of an Indiana measure banning women from getting abortions because of fetal genetic defects say they plan fight the law in court.
Indiana's Planned Parenthood affiliate says Republican Gov. Mike Pence injected his personal ideology into public health policy in deciding to sign the bill Thursday.
The group says it is working with the American Civil Liberties Union and expects to ask a judge to put the law on hold before it takes effect in July.
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