"When members of Congress vote to attack Title X, they are voting against the ability for people to stay healthy, care for their families, and support their own communities.”
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Tickets for the May graduation at Pearl River Central High School in the southern Mississippi community of Carriere featured an ad with the offer of “FREE Pregnancy tests and help” and the center’s phone number.
One version of a repeal-only plan would result in loss of health-care coverage for 32 million people, according to estimates released in January by the Congressional Budget Office.
Some patients in rural West Virginia have only recently been introduced to the realm of health care available thanks to the Affordable Care Act. “To have it stripped away is a tragedy,” said one local doctor.
Republicans have long wielded the appropriations process against Title X. This effort marks the latest House GOP attempt to do away with the program.
"There's a severe need inside, but there's also a severe need everywhere."