In a move that went largely unnoticed before a three-day weekend, Iowa’s medical board made a decision that could have huge implications for abortion access across the country.
Let’s check in with Texas to see how they’re doing with this:
(Thanks go to reddit user dunefrankherbert for the info on Texas)
- A look at the economic fallout in Texas, where the government stopped funding Planned Parenthood, leaving nearly 200,000 women in search of affordable health care source
- Texas scrambles to re-fund family planning after a $73m in savings turns into a projected $273m loss after a huge spike in unplanned births for low-income families. source
- Texas Lawmakers who cut funding to Planned Parenthood now realizing the consequences of their actions — 23,740 additional welfare babies costing taxpayers an additional $273 million source