Saturday, June 15, 2024

Planned Parenthood’s Exit From Family Planning Program

Planned Parenthood is voluntarily choosing not to participate in the federal family planning program under the restrictions of the new Trump administration And his decision helps the president strengthen his popularity among abortion opponents before 2020. Yesterday, women’s health and abortion service providers said it was titled X, a program that spends approximately $ 260 million a year to provide around 90 to 4 million low-income sexual diseases and pregnant women with breast and cervical cancer screening tests. This is a big stir, considering that Planned Parenthood clinics are the only major provider of Title X services.

Planned Parenthood Refuses Federal Funds Over Abortion Restrictions

Planned Parenthood will lose federal funds because it does not want to comply with the Trump administration’s rules that prohibit talking with patients about abortion services. The interim president of the organization said the rule was “immoral and dangerous” and that Planned Parenthood would continue to fight against it in court. Critics argue this principle, which prevents family planning clinics run by taxpayers to discuss abortion with patients or refer patients to abortion providers, low-income individuals, in a colorful way. Patients will be the most affected by the classes. of sick and villagers.
The group said in states like Utah, where Planned Parenthood is the only Title X fundraising organization, and Minnesota, where Planned Parenthood serves 90 percent of Title X patients, the group said, when another patient may be Delay maintenance or exit without. Above all, Planned Parenthood receives more Title X money than any other group, and works for 40% of all Title X patients.

The decision to stop accepting money from this group was hailed by abortion diversion groups that have tried to discourage federal support for Planned Parenthood. “This is a long-awaited victory that will reinforce the roots of the pro-life herb,” said Jean Mancini, president of March for Life.

Mumtaz Khan
Mumtaz Khan
Hi, I'm Mumtaz Khan. I'm a CCDiscovery reporter. After completing my master's degree in Mass Communication from the LLU, I obtained an internship in a local newspaper and worked as an editor. I also worked as a columnist for the local newspaper. I cover fun and community events for CC Discovery.

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