A federal judge in Indianapolis will hear arguments Monday morning on whether to grant an injunction blocking an Indiana law that bans funding for Planned Parenthood in Indiana. Lawyers for Planned Parenthood of Indiana and the American Civil Liberties Union are seeking the injunction to restor
A federal judge will not stop Indiana’s new abortion law from going into effect.U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt denied Planned Parenthood of Indiana's request for a temporary restraining order Wednesday, despite arguments that the law jeopardizes health care for thousands of women.
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels has a stack of bills on his desk. But the most controversial he’s likely to sign is House Bill 1210. That one reached Daniels’ office late Friday afternoon.The bill cuts $3 million in federal funding to Planned Parenthood of Indiana. The money’s from the
Indiana’s governor has a tough choice to make soon. And it’s not about whether he’ll run for president.This issue is much closer to home.This week, the Republican-led Indiana House voted to approve a bill that would cut all funding to Planned Parenthood.