INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The Indiana Court of Appeals has rejected Attorney General Todd Rokita’s request for expedited decisions and timelines in the state’s appeal on the new abortion law.
A three-judge panel unanimously denied the request today.
Rokita wants the Appeals Court to set aside the injunction blocking enforcement of Indiana’s near-total ban on abortion.
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