The judge's ruling stops Indiana from enforcing a law that would impose new requirements on abortion clinics that provide only chemical abortions.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana sues Indiana General Assembly on behalf of the Planned Parenthood facility in Lafayette.
The ruling from a federal judge ends a two year legal battle between the state and Planned Parenthood.
Planned Parenthood officials say they are not planning to lay off any of the merged organization‘s 190 workers.
The U.S. Supreme Court announced Tuesday it would not hear Indiana's appeal of a ruling that struck down the state's law defunding abortion providers.
An IU law school professor says states cannot put up a "substantial undue burden" for the patient seeking an abortion.
Police say Benjamin Curell broke into the Planned Parenthood clinic Thursday morning, breaking windows and damaging office equipment.
Planned Parenthood of Indiana is holding its fifth annual Get Yourself Tested campaign for National STD Awareness Month.
The bill would also mandate clinics distributing abortion-inducing drugs have the same facilities as surgical abortion centers.
Current law requires clinics performing surgical abortions to have a license, but does not mention those that perform medical or chemical abortions.