Planned Parenthood of Indiana says it will continue serving Medicaid patients through at least June 15 after receiving more than $100,000 in donations from 46 states and several countries.
The organization says donors are responding to a new Indiana law cutting off much of its public funding.
Planned Parenthood said Wednesday the donations are a temporary fix that will allow 9,300 Medicaid patients at 28 health centers across Indiana to continue receiving care such as Pap tests, breast exams and testing for sexually transmitted diseases.
A federal judge has set a June 6 hearing on Planned Parenthood's request for an injunction blocking the new state law that was pushed by Republicans. The judge has said she'll rule on the matter by July 1.