Indiana’s Supreme Court Justices heard arguments Thursday on whether to lift a preliminary injunction on the state’s abortion ban.

Lawmakers passed an abortion ban this past summer, limiting exemptions to rape and incest and the life and serious health of the mother.

The ACLU challenged the law, saying it violated the state’s right to privacy.   A Monroe County Judge issued a preliminary injunction.

The state argued there is no right to privacy in the constitution.

You can hear both [arties in the Leon-Tailored Audio above.