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“We have more than 500,000 chemical abortions annually in Russia and they are very affordable and easily available everywhere,” Fokin said in an interview via email.
Medical abortions, procured by way of a two-drug abortion pill regimen, have become an increasingly common method of abortion in the United States, making up 30-40 percent of all abortions.
The Indiana law would require doctors to inform women that it is possible to halt the medication abortion process if the woman changes her mind after taking the first pill.
In a March 25 statement, HBI president Jor-El Godsey said: “No woman should be forced to complete a medical procedure they no longer want.”
Medical abortions made up around 40% of at U.S. abortions in 2017, according to the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute.
North Dakota State Rep. Daniel Johnston said he sponsored the bill so that “women having second thoughts” about going through with a medication abortion know they have options.