A lawmaker in Indiana has announced that he plans to propose a bill in January that will abolish abortion in the state.
State Rep. Curt Nisly, R-Goshen, told reporters this week that he intends to file a “Protection at Conception” bill when the General Assembly reconvenes next year. “It’s time to bring the Roe v. Wade era to its logical conclusion,” Nisly told The Times. “My goal is to deregulate abortion right out of existence in Indiana.”
As previously reported, Roe v. Wade centered on a Texas woman named Norma McCorvey who sought an abortion over an alleged rape. McCorvey later admitted that she had lied, writing in her book “I Am Roe” that she made up the rape story at the advice of her feminist attorneys to make her case more convincing. READ MORE