The Indiana legislature has become the first in the nation to pass a bill banning most abortions after the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe in June. Late last night, the Indiana Senate concurred on the bill and sent the measure to Gov. Eric Holcomb, who signed the bill into law almost immediately. The new law is expected to end over 95% of abortions in Indiana and will close all Indiana abortion clinics. With Gov. Holcomb’s signature, the law will go into effect on September 15th unless abortion activists take it to court and get an injunction beforehand. Upon signing the bill. Gov. Holcomb noted, ““Following the overturning of Roe, I stated clearly that I would be willing to support legislation that made progress in protecting life. In my view, SEA 1 accomplishes this goal following its passage in both chambers of the Indiana General Assembly with a solid majority of support.”