Judge ends injunction on law requiring humane disposal of fetal remains

(95.3 MNC)
A judge has decided to end a temporary injunction on an Indiana law requiring the humane disposal of remains of aborted fetuses.
The law had been challenged by pro-choice groups saying it violates the Fourteen Amendment. It requires abortion providers to dispose of fetal remains through cremation or a proper burial.
The U.S. Court of Appeals has decided that the law may stand saying that it does not violate the constitution.
One reason the court points out is that if an abortion patient objects to the law there is nothing stopping them from taking the remains themselves and disposing of them as they see fit.

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