State attorneys and Planned Parenthood met in court again Friday where a federal judge set a start date for the trial.

At issue is funding for the women’s health group. Officials with Planned Parenthood say the state violated the U.S. Constitution when it pulled funding based on the group’s affiliation with abortion clinics.

Last month, Judge Lee Yaekel issued a stay, effectively keeping the funding coming until a court decision.

Judge Yaekel said Friday arguments in the case will start in October.

He warned both sides that he may not have a decision on the case before Nov. 1 — which is when the state could eliminate the program, altogether.