Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed a law Friday that cuts off Planned Parenthood’s access to taxpayer money that is funneled through the state for non-abortion services, saying that any funds sent to the organization could be used to indirectly pay for abortions.
In Texas this week, a federal appeals court prevented the state from enforcing a rule that would deprive groups associated with Planned Parenthood of access to money in a state-funded women’s health program.
On Friday, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed into law The Whole Woman's Health Funding Priority Act, which bans Planned Parenthood and similar groups that offer abortions to women from receiving state funding. "This is a common-sen... Read Post
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling today saying the state of Arizona can’t eliminate taxpayer funding for the Planned Parenthood abortion business. The court ruled the state is not eligible to cut the abortion gia... Read Post
As debate heats up in Washington over the federal budget, new research shines light on the growth in taxpayers’ funding for Planned Parenthood — the largest provider of abortions in America while, according to new data, “pregnancy r... Read Post