A radical Indiana judge halted enforcement of the Indiana law that banned federal funding to Planned Parenthood. This forces Indiana taxpayers to continue to pay for abortions.
Far Left Judge Tanya Walton Pratt rules that Indiana residents must pay for abortions. (Indy Star)
Judge Pratt announced the ruling tonight.
The Indy Star reported:
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A federal judge has halted enforcement of a law cutting off funding to Planned Parenthood of Indiana and other entities that provide abortions.
The ruling by U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt on Friday night means Planned Parenthood, which stopped serving its 9,300 Medicaid patients last week after running out of donated funds, can again see those patients.
The judge also enjoined a part of the law that would have taken effect July 1, requiring doctors to tell patients seeking abortions that a fetus can feel pain at 20 weeks or less.
Both were part of an anti-abortion bill that passed the Republican dominated legislature with significant support and was signed into law by Mitch Daniels.