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SB 340 - Amends Abortion Regulations - Indiana Key Vote

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Title: Amends Abortion Regulations

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass with amendment a bill that amends various abortion regulations.

Highlights:

 

  • Requires the following individuals report to the state department each case where they treated a patient suffering from an abortion complication (Sec. 9):

    • A licensed physician;

    • A licensed hospital; and

    • A licensed abortion provider.

  • Requires the report cover the following information concerning the abortion complication, including, but not limited to (Secs. 9 & 10):

    • The date of treatment for the abortion complication and the type of abortion;

    • The age, race, ethnicity, marital status, and educational level of the patient;

    • The county and state of the patient’s residence;

    • The number of previous live births or deceased children; and

    • The date and name of clinic where the abortion was obtained.

  • Defines “abortion complication” as any adverse physical or psychological condition arising from an abortion, including, but not limited to (Sec. 9):

    • Uterine or cervical perforation;

    • Infection, hemorrhaging, or blood clots;

    • Incomplete abortion, or failure to terminate the pregnancy;

    • Cardiac arrest, shock, or coma; and

    • Depression, suicidal ideation, anxiety, sleeping disorders, or death.

  • Requires abortion physicians under FDA guidelines, provide the pregnant woman with a copy of the manufacturer's instructions sheets and require the women sign the manufacturers patient agreement form, which will then be included in the patient's file (Sec. 7).

  • Specifies that an abortion clinic’s application meet the following requirements in order to attain an abortion clinic license, including, but not limited to (Sec. 6):

    • Whether the abortion clinics owner has ever operated an abortion clinic that was closed as a direct result of patient health and safety concerns;

    • Whether a clinic staff member was ever convicted of a felony; and

    • Provide copies of inspection reports and violation remediation contracts.

See How Your Politicians Voted

Title: Amends Abortion Regulations

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass with amendment a bill that amends various abortion regulations.

Highlights:

 

  • Requires the following individuals report to the state department each case where they treated a patient suffering from an abortion complication (Sec. 9):

    • A licensed physician;

    • A licensed hospital; and

    • A licensed abortion provider.

  • Requires the report cover the following information concerning the abortion complication, including, but not limited to (Secs. 9 & 10):

    • The date of treatment for the abortion complication and the type of abortion;

    • The age, race, ethnicity, marital status, and educational level of the patient;

    • The county and state of the patient’s residence;

    • The number of previous live births or deceased children; and

    • The date and name of clinic where the abortion was obtained.

  • Defines “abortion complication” as any adverse physical or psychological condition arising from an abortion, including, but not limited to (Sec. 9):

    • Uterine or cervical perforation;

    • Infection, hemorrhaging, or blood clots;

    • Incomplete abortion, or failure to terminate the pregnancy;

    • Cardiac arrest, shock, or coma; and

    • Depression, suicidal ideation, anxiety, sleeping disorders, or death.

  • Requires abortion physicians under FDA guidelines, provide the pregnant woman with a copy of the manufacturer's instructions sheets and require the women sign the manufacturers patient agreement form, which will then be included in the patient's file (Sec. 7).

  • Specifies that an abortion clinic’s application meet the following requirements in order to attain an abortion clinic license, including, but not limited to (Sec. 6):

    • Whether the abortion clinics owner has ever operated an abortion clinic that was closed as a direct result of patient health and safety concerns;

    • Whether a clinic staff member was ever convicted of a felony; and

    • Provide copies of inspection reports and violation remediation contracts.

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