In a 10-page dissent, a federal judge criticized the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit’s majority opinion that an Indiana abortion statute is valid and accused the majority of “extensive tinkering with the text of the law.”

On Monday, two members of the the panel—Judges Frank Easterbrook and Amy St. Eve—ruled against Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, which challenged the state’s law requiring medical providers to report complications arising from abortions as “unconstitutionally vague.” The law lists 25 reportable conditions, including comas and death, which Planned Parenthood argued rarely occur as a result of abortions.

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