title x family planning

Republicans are trying for the fifth time in seven years to scrap the Title X Family Planning program.
Conservatives oppose Title X because some of its funds go to clinics that also perform abortions, even though federal law
Now that Republicans control the Senate, the Title X program is in danger of being eliminated in Congress' budget for the
Births resulting from unintended pregnancies are associated with increased risk of poor outcomes, including birth defects
Several states, including Wisconsin and Texas, have slashed family planning in their budgets because some family planning
Tennessee Reps. Marsha Blackburn (R) and Diane Black (R) separately reintroduced a bill during the first two days of the
Given Romney's swift embrace of extreme anti-choice policies, reporters and voters likely have some questions for him -- even though he decided against attending Huckabee's upcoming forum on abortion.
“Over the years, we noticed there were women who were already being served by Medicaid,” Rehberg told the crowd at a town
"Defund Planned Parenthood" has become a rallying cry of the right nationwide, and an ideological purity test, despite the fact that the United States has one of the highest rates of unintended pregnancy in the industrialized world.
“Ensuring every patient continues to receive affordable family planning services and basic preventive health care, without
Martel, who is uninsured and makes less than $1000 a month at her part-time job, said she can't afford to go to a regular
The Council, a constitutionally empowered group of elected officials, rejected up to $1.8 million in state funding for the
The Tennessee Senate passed a bill Thursday night, meanwhile, that would pull all Title X family planning funds from "third
The Kansas bill could leave thousands of rural and low-income patients without access to affordable health care. A 2009 report
Title X saves the U.S. taxpayer at least $3.4 billion in health care costs annually. If Republicans plan to defund one of the largest providers of these services, they need to suggest an alternative.
"It is an economic and a moral issue, so anytime you can kill two birds with one stone, we ought to do that," King said. "And