(Indianapolis, Ind.) - Donations have been keeping Planned Parenthood of Indiana afloat after Governor Mitch Daniels and state lawmakers pulled federal funding from the group.
The law made Indiana the first state to sever funding to the organization.
According to the Indianapolis Star, Planned Parenthood had been receiving about $1.3 million each year to provide services for 9,300 Medicaid patients.
The organization has reportedly received $50 thousand from donors, allowing the group to extend care to established Medicaid users through May 30.
Those donations have come from people sympathetic to Planned Parenthood across the nation and even from outside the country.
Planned Parenthood has also filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis against the law Daniels signed last week alleging it is unconstitutional. A hearing has been scheduled for June 6.