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PPINK and ACLU pleased by court ruling against Indiana ultrasound law

"We are glad the court saw that there is no medical or legal justification for these rules, which would be especially burdensome for rural residents and people with low incomes.”

July 26, 2018 • Indiana

Planned Parenthood forced to close health center; vows to come back stronger than ever

"We will be back, stronger than ever before. Because our supporters know that we provide lifesaving, high quality health care to the thousands of Hoosiers in the Fort Wayne community. No matter what.”

July 9, 2018 • Indiana, Kentucky

Court grants preliminary injunction against abortion law

“Hoosiers deserve meaningful laws that govern their health care and this sham of a law doesn’t qualify.”

June 29, 2018 • Indiana

PPINK supporters participate in Families Belong Together rallies on June 30

“Immigrant rights are a reproductive justice issue; all people deserve the right to raise their children in a healthy and safe environment without being targeted."

June 28, 2018 • Indiana, Kentucky

PPINK and ACLU challenge SEA 340

"SEA 340 is not about patient safety. Abortion care is already incredibly safe."

April 23, 2018 • Indiana

PPINK, ACLU satisfied by court ruling

“Every person deserves the right to make their own personal decisions about abortion. There was no medical basis for these restrictions.”

April 20, 2018 • Indiana

PPINK announces newly appointed Vice President of Development

Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky (PPINK) has announced Amy Tobias as the new Vice President of Development.

April 16, 2018 • Indiana, Kentucky

PPINK stunned at lawmaker’s shortsightedness with sex education law

"Our students should have access to comprehensive, medically accurate, and age appropriate sex education, not curriculum based on one politician’s religious beliefs."

April 16, 2018 • Kentucky

PPINK alarmed after Gov. Bevin signs HB 454 into law

“When politicians play games with the health and safety of the people they were elected to serve, it’s not just wrong – it’s dangerous."

April 11, 2018 • Kentucky