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Department of Health And Human Services Say “No” To Indiana

The HHS states that Indiana cannot deny federal Medicaid money to Planned Parenthood.

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Federal Government Examines Whether States Can Reject Medicaid Funds For Planned Parenthood

A lawsuit in Indiana over defunding Planned Parenthood will now get a federal review.

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Indiana Donors Step In To Cover Funding Ban

Donors poured money into the state to cover the funds lost in a new law defunding Planned Parenthood, but that’s still only enough to help women for one week.

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The War on Contraception Goes Viral

Anti-choicers may have failed to defund Planned Parenthood on a federal level, but they sent a warning to conservative politicians to oppose access to contraception or else. And on a state and local level, politicians are listening.

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Florida To Be Sued For Everything They Passed This Session — Including Abortion Restrictions

Hopefully Florida’s budget deficit isn’t too large — it looks like there will be a lot of litigation to pay for.

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Defund It All, Let God Sort It Out

There’s a new crusade in the U.S., a crusade against any type of sex not solely for procreation.  The sword is the taxpayer funding, and the aggressors don’t care who their victims are.

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Indiana Defunds Planned Parenthood Clinics That Don’t Even Do Abortions

Indiana is losing millions in health care dollars by “defunding” Planned Parenthood, but many of those clinics don’t even do abortions.

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Mitch Daniels Continues GOP’s Use of Women’s Bodies as Political Pawns

Indiana women: Your bodies are now officially political pawns.  And Governor Daniels is calling check mate.

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Indiana Defunds Planned Parenthood, NARAL Responds

Indiana becomes the first state to totally defund the health care provider.

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Stripping Funds From Planned Parenthood Could Cost Indiana $4 Million

Not only would defunding Planned Parenthood likely cause a rise in unwanted pregnancies, it would actually make Indiana’s budget even worse.

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