Gov. Eric Holcomb isn’t saying much about what steps Indiana might take to ban abortion if the Supreme Court clears a path for that in the coming weeks.
Indiana lawmakers asked the governor in March to call a special session once the Supreme Court rules on abortion, allowing them to further restrict it.
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Holcomb won’t say whether he’ll do that, only repeating the refrain that all options are on the table and he’s waiting for a final decision from the nation’s high court.
The Republican governor was also asked whether he supports a total abortion ban, without exceptions for rape, incest and the life of the pregnant person – regardless of the Court’s ruling.
“I have a hard time being the person that’s part of taking of a life," Holcomb said. "And I’ll review the decision that has impact on that.”
The Supreme Court’s ruling is expected in the coming weeks.