State officials are holding a public hearing Tuesday to determine what would happen if 90 percent of funding was taken away from Planned Parenthood.
After the state won a injunction to no longer fund Planned Parenthood, the non-profit had until Tuesday to request a rehearing.
Since the beginning of the year, Planned Parenthood has been lobbying to prevent the state from taking away almost 35-million in state funding.
A new state law says any organization linked to abortion providers will no longer receive federal money.
Although some Planned Parenthood clinics do not perform abortions, they still lose funding.
Just last month the non-profit won a hearing that allowed them to continue receiving aid until an October trial.
But the state won a reversal that would began phasing out funding for the program in November pending a trial next month.
Planned Parenthood said they'll continue seeing patients, even if funding is cut.