YNN’s Alana Rocha filed the above video report.

Funding for Planned Parenthood is once again in immediate jeopardy. An appeals court has granted Attorney General Greg Abbott’s request for a stay Tuesday, overruling a temporary injunction issued yesterday.

At issue is Planned Parenthood’s role in the Women’s Health Program and the Medicaid funding it receives. Texas lawmakers passed a law last session banning organizations affiliated with abortion providers from receiving state subsidies. The cash flow was set to stop Tuesday.

Planned Parenthood in peril

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Planned Parenthood is the largest organization that receives money as part of the Women’s Health Program. They filed suit, claiming the law violates their rights. Monday, Judge Lee Yaekel issued a temporary injunction, stopping the state from pulling the money. He ruled that there was sufficient evidence that the law overstepped state authority.

Attorney General Greg Abbott immediately filed an appeal, and requested a stay. Justice Jerry Smith sided with the state, and agreed to lift the temporary injunction, excluding Planned Parenthood from the federally funded program.

Planned Parenthood of the Texas Capital Region tells YNN they will continue to provide free exams at least through Tuesday. It is not clear what will happen Wednesday.

“Our staff is just really eager to put these politics behind us and make sure that we can continue being here for breast and cervical cancer screenings, HIV tests,” Planned Parenthood Austin’s Co-CEO Sarah Wheat said. “You know, those vital exams that uninsured women really depend on.”

The state blamed Planned Parenthood for not preparing for this situation. In its emergency motion, the state said, "This emergency situation is of Planned Parenthood’s own making. Planned Parenthood has been on notice of the state law at the heart of this suit for months. Yet Planned Parenthood filed this lawsuit a mere 19 days ago, forcing the district court and the litigants into an abbreviated briefing schedule, and causing the district court to rule one day before the law was scheduled to go into effect."

The Appeals Court has given Planned Parenthood until 5 p.m. Tuesday to respond to the state’s motion. Planned Parenthood officials YNN spoke with say they will take all the necessary steps to respond.