The Satanic Temple believes that "one's body is inviolable, subject to one's own will alone," and "beliefs should conform to our best scientific understanding of the world."
Handmaids are forming a resistance to anti-abortion measures across the country.
The 54-year-old devout Christian says his faith led him to believe he has a duty to help women in need.
It was the second time Pence used his role as the chamber's president to end a deadlock. He was called to the capitol earlier to carry the resolution through a procedural vote.
U.S. laws already prohibit federal money from being used for abortion, but currently allow the Medicaid low-income health program to cover other services.
U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks said state health officials "likely acted to disenroll qualified health care providers from Medicaid without cause."
The bill passed by the Republican-controlled legislature would have barred the state from providing funds to clinics that perform abortions not covered by Medicaid, the federal healthcare program for the poor.
As 'Jane Roe', McCorvey's landmark lawsuit established a women's right to an abortion.
The state representative who sponsored the bill referred to pregnant women as "hosts."
While Planned Parenthood does perform abortions, the organization says the majority of its services involve preventative measures and routine women's health care.
Cuomo, a Democrat who is considered a potential candidate for his party's 2020 presidential nomination, proposed an amendment to the New York Constitution that he said would preserve the status quo regardless of future Supreme Court rulings.
Judge halted Texas regulations that would require abortion providers to dispose of aborted fetal tissue through burial or cremation, saying the rules imposed "undue burdens on a woman's right to seek a previability abortion."
The March for Life also is taking place in the same area where even more massive crowds flooded Washington a day after Trump's inauguration in favor of women's rights, including abortion rights.
Around 200,000 people are expected to march for women's rights on Saturday.
Ilyse Hogue, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, explains the fight to preserve women's rights.