An Indiana law eliminating federal funding to abortion providers in the state has caught the eye of the Department of Health and Human Services.
A state law cutting Planned Parenthood’s government funding will not be put on hold after a federal judge denied a temporary stay Wednesday.
Within ten minutes of the governor’s signature on the bill, the organization’s lawyers filed for the stay.
Many Indiana residents are waiting to see if Governor Daniels will sign a bill causing Planned Parenthood to lose millions of dollars.
State funds given to Planned Parenthood could be eliminated under a bill making its way through the statehouse.
Despite abortion funding becoming a focus of debate before the health care bill’s passing, Planned Parenthood officials say they’re pleased with the outcome.