Local CBS affiliate WCIA in Champaign spoke with Mindy Swank, a woman who was denied information about her options during a troubled pregnancy because of the religious objections of her care-givers. Mindy joined the ACLU of Illinois in testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee in Springfield on Tuesday, about a bill that would fix Illinois law so that patients can no longer be denied information about their health, due to religious objections. The bill - Senate Bill 1564 - passed out of committee with a vote of 7 to 3, and is now on its way to the Senate floor. Watch the segment below.

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Learn more about Senate Bill 1564.