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  1. Mar 2018
    1. 38 companies that have directly funded Planned Parenthood.

      important that they give miney to planned parenthood but their money is not enough to sustain it in the long run

  2. Feb 2018
    1. Myth #5: Taxpayer dollars are going towards PP abortions

      none of the money from tax payers may be used on abortions . only in the case of rape, incest, or to save the mothers life

      it just simply is Not true

    2. Myth #4: Their government-funded, extensive education programs aren't doing anything

      leader of the conversation about sexual education.

    3. Myth #1: Planned Parenthood is all about ab

      only 3% about abortions

    1. The majority of Planned Parenthood’s services are preventive: care that helps prevent unintended pregnancies with birth control and sex education, reduce the spread of STDs through testing and treatment, and screen for cervical, breast, and other cancers.

      majority of services provided is preventative health care and about education

    2. One in five women in the U.S. has chosen Planned Parenthood for health care at least once in her life.

      1 in 5 is a lot of women

    1. Planned Parenthood is one of the nation's leading providers of high-quality, affordable health care for women, men, and young people, and the nation's largest provider of sex education. We offer quality health care , backed by medical experts and over 100 years of research in reproductive care.
    1. in Iowa, Planned Parenthood served 62 % of women who acquired publicly funded contraception fr

      important statistics

    2. Removing Planned Parenthood from the material of the health care system wouldn’t simply imply that group health facilities must scale up their household planning departments; they’d should be ready to supply a full vary of providers. This might be an formidable and costly objective.

      more costly to do it this way?

    3. it’s extra correct to think about Planned Parenthood a part of an enormous health care ecosystem, the place it has made itself indispensable by offering one factor — reproductive health care — properly.
    4. Medicaid is collectively financed by the states and the federal authorities, Congress’s motion wouldn’t minimize off all public funds to Planned Parenthood — states might even make up the distinction in the event that they wished.

      states can still find funding for PP it just wouldn be from federal gov't

    5. no federal cash is spent on abortions

      we arent even spending money on abortions so if gov't wants to defund based on being against abortion it makes no sense

    6. would bar reproductive health care suppliers who supply abortion from receiving federal Medicaid reimbursements for one yr.
    7. The House Republicans’ plan to switch the Affordable Care Act

      what do they plan to switch it to? what is the change on the affordable care act in respect to PP

    8. “If you’re uninsured, like many of my patients, Planned Parenthood is the only remotely affordable option in town,” Norris stated.

      affordable health care- not everuone can afford insurance

    1. During the course of history woman has long been the oppressed section of the society.

      regardless of culture women were opressed or seen as lesser than men

    1. The women of India often have to endure the worst living conditions. India is ranked as the fourth most dangerous country for a woman to live in, topped only by Afghanistan, DR Congo and Pakistan. Harassments and violence against Indian women occurs both in the public and private sphere. Domestic violence and violence in close relationships are widely spread.

      religion cause of this? other countries what relgion are they

    2. The country also tops the world list of children suffering from malnutrition. They also have the highest number of illiterates. 270 million people don’t know how to read and write; 2/3 of them are women.

      important stat- over half of the illiterates are women shows that women arent given the opportunity to read and those that are are very rare (only 1/3)

    1. A Thomson Reuters Foundation expert poll last year ranked India as the world's fourth most dangerous country for a woman, behind only Afghanistan, Congo and Pakistan.

      religion have an affect on it being the most dangerous?

    2. Authorities acknowledge that action is needed and say they are taking steps to try to better protect women

      organizations out there to carry out actions needed to help women. that is why organizations are made

    3. Indian women, in some ways, have also made some strides. Literacy rates have gone up, maternal mortality rates have gone down, and millions of women have joined the workforce.