By Dave Andrusko In a new legal filing, Attorney General Todd Rokita has urged the Indiana Supreme Court to put Senate Enrolled Act 1 into effect immediately. His filing asks the Court to deny an ACLU-Planned Parenthood request that it leave intact a preliminary injunction against Senate Enrolled Act 1 while court challenges to the state law continue to play out. Denying a …Continue reading "Indiana Attorney General ask Indiana Supreme Court to put Senate Enrolled Act 1 into effect immediately"
INDIANAPOLIS (Aug. 1, 2023) — Indiana Right to Life President and Chief Executive Officer Mike Fichter issued this video statement today in reaction to last-minute legal action to stop Senate Enrolled Act 1 (2022) from going back into effect. The Indiana Supreme Court ruled in late June that the law is constitutional.Continue reading "Video Statement from Indiana Right to Life President and CEO Mike Fichter on New Abortion Law"
By Dave Andrusko At the eleventh hour, pro-abortionists in Indiana have once again used delaying tactics to prevent Senate Enrolled Act 1 from taking effect. Senate Bill 1, signed by Gov. Eric Holcomb in August 2022, allows abortions only in cases of rape or incest, when there’s a serious risk to the life of the mother …Continue reading "Last minute legal maneuvers by the ACLU keep Indiana comprehensive pro-life law from taking effect"
By Dave Andrusko On June 30, the Indiana Supreme Court vacated a temporary injunction issued by Judge Kelsey B. Hanlon against Senate Enrolled Act 1, ruling that the state’s new comprehensive pro-life law does not violate the state constitution. As a result SEA 1 will go into effect tomorrow! Pro-abortionists held rallies yesterday in Indianapolis—where about 25 people …Continue reading "Indiana very pro-life law takes effect Tuesday"