A federal judge ruled in favor of Planned Parenthood, temporarily halting portions of an Indiana law seeking to block federal funds to abortion providers.
There was some danger that programs administered by the state, but paid for mostly by the federal government would be hurt by failing to raise the debt ceiling
Keown said pharmacies are willing to take some cut, but not one as large as the state made.
The delay comes after officials expressed concern that the policy change would keep many kids from getting vaccinated for the upcoming school year.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller says Planned Parenthood of Indiana doesn't need to be involved in the fight yet.
As of June 21, Medicaid patients will either have to pay out of pocket or lose Planned Parenthood's services.
Most of the money have come from 1st time donors.
An Indiana law eliminating federal funding to abortion providers in the state has caught the eye of the Department of Health and Human Services.
Planned Parenthood plans to extend service to its current Medicaid patients through at least May 21.
The organization collected about $30 thousand since the General Assembly announced it would vote on defunding.