Indiana approved a law severely restricting abortion access Friday.

Becoming the first state to enact stricter anti-abortion policies following the repeal of Roe v. Wade in June.

The legislation is a near-total ban on abortion, offering only limited exceptions for certain cases of rape incest before 10-weeks post-fertilization.

As well as in instances of serious fetal abnormalities or when the life of the mother is at stake.

Republican lawmakers had previously attempted to remove the rape and incest exception as early as Thursday, the Indianapolis Star reported.

The new ban limits the location where an abortion can be performed to hospitals and hospital-affiliated outpatient facilities.

Effectively shuttering all abortion clinics in Indiana.

Doctors who provide the procedure to patients outside these rigid confines will lose their medical licenses.