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DESTINY WELLS ON U.S. SUPREME COURT HEARING TODAY:TODD ROKITA AGAIN ALLOWING PERSONAL POLITICS TO AFFECT POSTURE OF INDIANA OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL

Updated: May 15

EMTALA Case has significance for Indiana, especially, as erosion of Hoosier healthcare rights continues.


April 24, 2024


INDIANAPOLIS—In response to Attorney General Todd Rokita’s bullying of Hoosier women via ad nauseum amici (friends of the court) briefs in Moyle v. United States and Idaho v. United States, which further erode Hoosier healthcare and jeopardize laws protecting access to emergency care like Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA), Indiana Attorney General Candidate Destiny Wells made the following statement:


“Women’s healthcare is again in the crosshairs of Attorney General Todd Rokita,” stated Destiny Wells, candidate for Indiana Attorney General. “I refuse to stand by idly as women’s healthcare continues to suffer at the hands of patriarchal activist attorneys general. Hoosiers won’t stand for their reproductive healthcare evaporating—and the medical community avoiding practice in Indiana as a whole—due to disingenuous abortion policy masquerading as ‘states’ rights’ from Indiana’s chief legal officer.”


Without the lifesaving care that laws like EMTALA guarantee, Hoosier women are placed in significant jeopardy, with their healthcare subject to the whims of performative Attorneys General like Todd Rokita, whose obstinate campaigning on abortion politics has put him in trouble with the State Supreme Court.

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