INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) – The controversial bill to restrict abortions in Indiana and cut off all government funding to Planned Parenthood will get Governor Daniels' signature.
Friday the Governor said he "supported the bill from the outset".
Some say this is a move to beef up support among social conservatives if Daniels decides to run for President in 2012.
If the bill becomes law Indiana risks losing 4 million dollars in Federal grants for family planning services.
Daniels says all non-abortion women's services will remain readily available in all 92 Hoosier counties.
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