The case of Purvi Patel has gotten international attention as well as support from reproductive rights groups who worry her conviction of feticide sets a precedent that enables more convictions of women for outcomes of their own pregnancies.
The late-start time proposal calling for more than an hour delay was rejected this summer. But superintendent Carole Schmidt told the school board this week that University of Notre Dame fellows are reworking the proposal to address concerns.
Lawyers for Purvi Patel, the northern Indiana woman convicted under the state's feticide law and serving a 46-year prison sentence, have filed an appeal in her case. They argue that the law was never meant to be used against pregnant women.
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