JoAnne Sweeny writes:
Indiana passed a new abortion law last week that has made the news. Senate Bill 340 requires that doctors gather data about women who come to see them about “abortion complications,” ostensibly to improve patient health and safety.
Sounds good in theory but the law is so broadly drawn it quickly becomes clear that the bill is actually designed to punish women who have obtained abortions.
Read more on AlterNet.
h/t, Joe Cadillic.