Current Indiana law allows prosecutors to file murder charges in cases where a fetus dies, but only if the mother is at least seven months pregnant. The state’s feticide law covers fetuses that are not yet viable outside the womb, but supporters of the new proposal say that crime’s sentence of two to eight years is not enough.
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