President Trump said the midterm elections are critical to anti-choice federal lawmakers hoping to ram through their agenda in the U.S. Congress.
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Congressional lawmakers wrote in their letters that conservatives have been transparent about their endgame in plowing ahead with restrictions on Title X funds: to end funding to Planned Parenthood.
Democratic-held state legislatures have moved to preserve Obamacare provisions. Last year, at least ten states advanced bills mirroring and, in some cases, expanding the ACA birth control benefit.
“In terms of reproductive health coverage, I think the sale of Fidelis to Centene is a win for the women of New York,” Lois Uttley, who has researched Fidelis for at least a decade, told Rewire.News.
Critics of the program dispute Attorney General Ken Paxton’s claim that the success of the program is “not dependent on Planned Parenthood’s participation."
Though Brown's story has received an outpouring of outrage and support—including from celebrities—other survivors of gender-based violence continue to languish behind bars with little attention.