The health-care organization had appealed to President Trump's National Labor Relations Board to halt a unionization effort by its workers.
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“The greater focus ought to be on what is happening to patient rights and access to health care they need—in that context this clinic closure is pronounced,” said Francie Hunt, executive director Tennessee Advocates for Planned Parenthood.
A patient advocate with Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington told her own personal abortion story and implored audience members to make personal appeals to senators in opposition to Kavanaugh's nomination.
This is the second lawsuit challenging states’ attempts to roll back Medicaid benefits. A federal court in June blocked similar requirements from taking effect in Kentucky.