Indiana House Cuts Funds To Planned Parenthood

A bill cutting off funding to Planned Parenthood of Indiana is headed to the governor's desk after the House approved the measure 66 to 32.

The bill was a victory for those who say they do not want to see their tax dollars go to an organization that provides abortions.

"I believe that with passage of this legislation, we will become one of the most pro-life states in America, and I'll be proud of that," said the author, Rep. Eric Turner, R-Cicero.

It takes effect immediately. Planned Parenthood says it will seek an injunction to keep it from being enforced.


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