INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Planned Parenthood of Indiana says it will stop seeing
Medicaid patients if a federal judge doesn’t rule Monday on its attempt to
block the state’s new abortion funding law.
The group said it will stop seeing those patients unless they can pay or use
other resources if the judge doesn’t rule by the close of business Monday on
its request for a preliminary injunction blocking the law.
The law signed May 10 by Gov. Mitch Daniels bars Planned Parenthood from
receiving Medicaid payments for general health services such as cancer
Planned Parenthood has been relying on private donations to fund care for
It has previously said it would run out of donations after Monday to cover
the costs of caring for existing Medicaid patients.