Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill filed a brief with the federal court opposing Whole Woman's Health Alliance's request for a preliminary injunction that would allow them to open an abortion clinic in South Bound.

The WWHA would provide medication induced abortions to patients and would not perform surgical abortions.

In the 48 page brief filed on Monday, Hill says if the court rules in favor of WWHA, the clinic could operate without a license and it would be impossible for the state to monitor compliance with abortion laws.

The AG also states the group running WWHA did not provide all of the information requested by the Indiana State Department of Health during the application process, including the group's affiliate locations.

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