Indiana University sues state officials for right to buy aborted baby parts
Indiana University is currently embroiled in a scandal and lawsuit regarding the purchase of aborted baby body parts.
The university is suing state officials for the right to continue to purchase aborted baby body parts. The 2016 Dignity for the Unborn law in Indiana outlawed the sale of aborted baby parts, but Indiana University wants to see that law overturned.
Mike Fichter, President and CEO of Indiana Right to Life, explains, “We’re sickened that a price tag of $200 was put on the brain of a deceased child whose life was ended in the barbaric practice of abortion. We urge the Indiana University Board of Trustees to step up and put a stop to the experiments on aborted babies.”
Please join the campaign against this disgusting practice! By signing this petition, your note will be sent directly to Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie and other University officials. Let the university know that residents of Indiana (and people around the United States!) are not okay with their purchase of aborted baby body parts. We stand behind the 2016 Dignity for the Unborn law!
Sign this petition now!
Stop using aborted baby body parts for research