When does life begin?
It's a question as delicate as a fetus before birth.
Indiana U.S. Representative Mike Pence has his opinion...and shared it with Congress.
"Survey after survey has shown that an overwhelming majority of Americans oppose the use of taxpayers dollars to support, subsidize, or promote abortion."
He's referring to the organization that receives $363 million in federal grant money a year, 3 million of which goes to Indiana, where Planned Parenthood serves around 90,000 patients.
Planned Parenthood of Indiana President Betty Cockrum says that's not where the money goes at all.
"It is illegal for federal funds under law to be used for abortion."
But Mary Ellen Van Dyke, Executive Director of right to life of Southwest Indiana, says any taxpayer money to that group indirectly supports that service.
"You don't reduce the number of abortions by promoting abortions and that is what planned parenthood is all about. It's their biggest moneymaker."
Cockrum says those federal funds go to birth control, STD testing, pelvic exams, and other services.
She says without Planned Parenthood, many low-income and uninsured women would go without them.
But pro-life groups like Right to Life say there's other places for women to get help.
"Women can receive medical benefits and STD testing thru Medicaid and many different clinics throughout the city."
A woman's well-being something everyone can agree on...it's what the money pays for that matters.
Pence had introduced this same bill two years ago, but the bill never made it to a vote.
It's now awaiting approval from a subcommittee before Congress can review it.