INDIANAPOLIS, IN - The Indiana House has approved a proposal that would require doctors to tell patients about a disputed treatment to stop a drug-induced abortion after a woman has taken the first of two pills for the procedure.
The Republican-dominated House voted 67-29 on Monday in favor of the bill, sending it to the Senate for consideration.
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