Theresa Browning, a spokesperson for Planned Parenthood of Greater Indiana, said it's not right to make such limitations.
"It's not the place of the government or the president to take their personal politics into my doctor's office," she
said the decision would not affect services offered at the Bloomington location of Planned Parenthood.
"The Planned Parenthood in Bloomington only performs abortions in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy," she
said supporters of the legislation were using late-term abortions to attack what Planned Parenthood believes is women's constitutional right to choose.
"They've singled out this rare form of abortion to talk about (how) to horrify people about abortion in general," Browning
said."This type of abortion is done for pregnancies very late, often pregnancies that were wanted but something's gone horribly wrong with the fetus or the woman's health."
A federal judge in Nebraska indicated Wednesday that he
might issue an injunction delaying the bill's implementation in response to a suit challenging the bill on constitutional grounds, according to The Associated Press