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Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, Inc. v. Commissioner of the Indiana State Department of Health

Since 2016, Indiana has banned abortion providers from providing abortions when a woman seeks one because of the fetus’s race, gender, or diagnosis of a disability. Seventh Circuit: Unconstitutional. Partial dissent: A separate provision requiring abortion providers to treat fetal remains like human remains should have been upheld.


Tags: 2018, Abortion, Due Process, Fourteenth Amendment, Seventh Circuit

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