The Indiana House and Senate are advancing a bill whose result would be to regulate abortion-inducing drugs – and potentially stop one Lafayette, Ind., clinic from prescribing them at all.

In a bill approved 8-5 Wednesday by the House Public Policy Committee, a clinic that provides a drug that causes abortion, such as RU-486, would have to meet the same building standards as a surgical unit – complete with wider halls and doorways to accommodate gurneys, a recovery room and sterilization equipment for surgical tools.