The Republican led Iowa Legislature has approved a budget bill that would give up millions in federal Medicaid money to remove funding for Planned Parenthood.
The Senate voted 28-21 Thursday night along party lines for the roughly $1.7 billion health and human services budget bill.
The House approved the bill Wednesday. It now heads to Gov. Terry Branstad.
The legislation would create a state-run family planning program that excludes organizations that provide abortions.
Iowa would give up federal Medicaid money and instead spend about $3.1 million in state dollars.
Democrats criticized the decision amid budget constraints.