Modern Healthcare: Women’s health services may suffer as states target Planned Parenthood

Modern Healthcare: Women’s health services may suffer as states target Planned Parenthood

By Virgil Dickson

A showdown between two states and the Obama administration over eliminating Planned Parenthood’s status as a Medicaid provider could mean thousands of women will find themselves without access to reproductive care.

“The bottom line of this is that the people that are being harmed by this in this fight between the states and Planned Parenthood are the low-income people who are seeking family planning services,” said Susan Berke Fogel, the director of reproductive health at the National Health Law Program. Read the full article here. »

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