Abortion has divided the American public ever since the Supreme Court's landmark ruling in Roe v. Wade. To try to gain some insights into our own decades-long struggle, today we kick off a weeklong series examining the abortion debate in other countries.
A federal judge in Indianapolis will hear arguments Monday morning on whether to grant an injunction blocking an Indiana law that bans funding for Planned Parenthood in Indiana. Lawyers for Planned Parenthood of Indiana and the American Civil Liberties Union are seeking the injunction to restor
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels recently announced his intent to sign House Bill 1210. The bill would cut federal funding to any health services clinic providing abortions. The biggest target of the bill is Planned Parenthood of Indiana.