With rare exceptions, the Indiana House adopts a ban on abortion.

Indiana lawmakers passed a near-total abortion ban on Friday, with some minor exceptions, with some minor exceptions . The bill now goes to Governor Eric Holcomb, a Republican who encouraged legislators to consider new abortion restrictions during a special session he called .

Indianapolis, United States, August 6: The Indiana lawmakers passed a near-total abortion ban on Friday, with some minor exceptions, becoming the first state in the United States to pass this new legislation since the Supreme Court upturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, according to The New York Times.The measure now goes to Governor Eric Holcomb, a Republican who encouraged legislators to consider new abortion restrictions during a special session he called.The bills were signed by three days after voters in Kansas, a more liberal Midwestern state, rejected an amendment that would have stripped abortion rights provisions from their State Constitution, a development seen nationally as a sign of national dissatisfaction with abortion prohibitions.In other conservative states, lawmakers said they would consider further limitations.

Legislators in South Carolina and West Virginia have considered but did not take definitive action on proposed restrictions.So far, no legislative proposals have been taken in Iowa, Florida, Nebraska, or other conservative states.According to The New York Times, some Republican politicians have recalibrated their rhetoric on the issue in the last few weeks.They tried it, and they stepped back from the ledge.

Why?Because it has been just a theory.It was easy for people to claim to be pro-life.It was easy to see things so black and white.

According to The New York Times, the Indiana bill made the bill with few exceptions, including in cases of rape and incest, in order to safeguard the mother's life and physical health.If the bill is signed by Governor Holcomb, it will end legal abortion in Indiana next month.The procedure is only available at 22 weeks of pregnancy.If this isn't a government issue concerning preserving life, I don't know what it is, said Representative John Young, a Republican who supported the bill.I know the exceptions aren't helpful to some and too much for others, but it's a good idea.

Instead, it introduces a blanket ban on abortions in cases of rape and incest for ten weeks after fertilization.A notarized affidavit expressing an assault will not be required by victims.