Pennsylvania has for years funneled tax dollars earmarked for low-income families to Real Alternatives, an anti-choice organization.
“There was nothing in The Heidi Group's operations or history to indicate that this non-medical organization was even remotely qualified to provide comprehensive reproductive health care."
In addition to other favorite, and false, Republican talking points on the health-care provider, Nevada Sen. Dean Heller now also falsely claims that the organization is funneling taxpayer dollars to campaign ads against “political enemies”—presumably including himself.
Policies that presume birth control can be found elsewhere or force “new” adults to seek other care make getting contraception a difficult task.
Trump administration officials have stonewalled members of Congress seeking answers as to why teen pregnancy prevention funding was ended two years early.
It’s easy for people to respond to others' coming out with “I don’t care who you love.” But how about moving toward “Great! I’m so glad!” as opposed to “I don’t care”?