A new law in Indiana that would ban abortion after 20 weeks is coming into effect.
Lawmakers in Indiana passed the legislation on Wednesday.
The measure goes into effect on July 1.
It is the second law in less than a month to ban abortion.
The first was signed into law last week by Governor Mike Pence.
Republican legislators passed the measure after pressure from the pro-life movement and an uproar over a recent undercover video released by Planned Parenthood that showed staff at the health center discussing the harvesting and selling of fetal tissue.
Supporters of the new Indiana law say the law is necessary to ensure women’s access to abortion and stem the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.
Republicans have argued that the new abortion ban is necessary in the state, where the abortion rate is already the lowest in the country.