- An Indiana bill would ban abortions at zero weeks with a few exceptions.
- Studies show that those who have received comprehensive, evidence-based sexual education start having sex later in life.
- If sex ed is taught, state law requires schools to teach abstinence.
INDIANAPOLIS – For two weeks, Indiana lawmakers have been locked in debate about how to reduce the number of abortions performed in the state. The current proposal would ban all abortions, except in cases of rape, incest, fatal fetal anomalies or when the life of the pregnant person is at risk.