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.
A state law cutting Planned Parenthood’s government funding will not be put on hold after a federal judge denied a temporary stay Wednesday.
Part of the legislation now includes canceling all state contracts with facilities providing abortions…and one of those contracts is Medicaid.
Planned Parenthood may lose all it's federal funding if House Bill 1205 passes, forcing many Hoosiers to seek reproductive health care elsewhere.
Governor Daniels' proposed budget flatlines almost all spending and cuts money to schools and higher education.