An IU law school professor says states cannot put up a "substantial undue burden" for the patient seeking an abortion.
Planned Parenthood is planning a legal challenge to the measure, which regulates Indiana clinics that provide drug-induced abortions.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller says Planned Parenthood of Indiana doesn't need to be involved in the fight yet.
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.
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.
State funds given to Planned Parenthood could be eliminated under a bill making its way through the statehouse.
Planned Parenthood denies claims that it uses federal funds to perform abortions.