NARAL gives Indiana an “F” grade

May 18, 2010

The National Abortion Rights Action League has officially given Indiana a grade of F for abortion friendliness.  According to its report “The Status of Reproductive Rights in the United States”, NARAL based its failing report on:

Indiana’s ban on partial-birth abortion
Indiana’s informed consent laws
Indiana’s parental consent law
Indiana’s conscience protection for health care workers
Indiana’s pro-life Governor and pro-life Senate

This is one instance in which every Hoosier can be proud to have an F on a report card!

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