Abortion clinics in the US state of Ohio will have to comply with new laws from next month, requiring a proper cremation or burial for all babies.
The Unborn Child Dignity Act was signed into law just over a year ago.
Pro-life group ‘Created Equal’ says the law poses a bigger threat than many bans, because the abortion industry won’t be able to comply with the new regulations.
The American Civil Liberties Union and Planned Parenthood have filed for a second injunction on behalf of the state’s 5 abortion clinics.
The Christian Post reports they received a temporary injunction against the law last April.
The ACLU argues the law would delay procedures and have “a devastating impact on the ability of patients to have autonomy over their own lives.”
‘Created Equal’ said in a statement to supporters that the “courts ought to uphold this law and the dignity of human life.”