A federal appeals court gave Texas the right to strip women's health funding to Planned Parenthood.
That's after a judge called the law unconstitutional, and allowed Medicaid to block the funding because it broke federal rules.
That law bans tax-payer dollars from funding organizations linked to abortion providers, such as Planned Parenthood.
More than 100,000 low-income Texas women who rely on clinics like Planned Parenthood, might soon have to find a new alternative.
"This ruling puts their health care in jeopardy," said Central Texas Planned Parenthood Representative Natalie Kelinske.
Kelinske said just last year they saw 3,000 women who depend on the Texas Women's Health Program.
"The woman's services that are included are life saving screenings, annual exams and birth control,"
But the new state law says any organization linked to abortion providers will no longer receive federal funding.
And although many Planned Parenthood clinics do not perform abortions, they still lose funding.
"I think there's a lot of important issues that they do for women's health care and I think that's great, some of the things they do like that, however I think the bottom line is, tax-payers don't need to be paying for elective abortions," said District 55 Representative Ralph Sheffield.
Representative Sheffield said if the clinic decides to quit providing abortions they could continue to receive funding.
"I think the win is not just for tax-payers, but also for those that are the most innocent, and we have to protect life," said Sheffield.
Even though the state's Republican led Legislature wishes to do away with Planned Parenthood.
The clinic said they will continue to see all patients who come to them for help.
"For more than 75 years, women and families in Texas have trusted Planned Parenthood for high-quality, affordable health care and education. Our doors are open today and they'll be open tomorrow. We won't let politics interfere with access to the basic healthcare that women rely upon at planned parenthood health centers in Central and North Texas to
stay healthy," said Planned Parenthood President and CEO Ken Lambrecht.
Federal funds paid for about 90-percent of the Texas Women's Health Program which is about 35-million dollars.
Planned Parenthood will have their day in court to challenge the law in October.