The state of Indiana is trying to reinstate its controversial law banning Medicaid funds from going to Planned Parenthood of Indiana and other health agencies that provide abortions.The state’s lawyers Thursday went before a three-judge panel of the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals at the Dirksen Federa
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Most Planned Parenthood offices in Indiana will be closed Wednesday, including those in Northwest Indiana.The move comes while the group’s fighting to preserve access to federal Medicaid dollars that are administered by the state.
The U.S. Justice Department is coming to the defense of Planned Parenthood of Indiana. The state's governor recently signed a law blocking federal money from going to the agency.Late Thursday, the U.S.
The legal battle to restore funding to Planned Parenthood of Indiana continued in an Indianapolis federal courtroom Monday morning.
Lawyers for Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union are seeking an injunction to restore $3 million dollars in federal Medicaid funding.