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Florida Gynoticians  

Jeb Bush Adviser Says Governor Backs Defunding Planned Parenthood  

April 27, 2015,
By Amanda Terkel, via The Huffington Post

Planned Parenthood only uses federal money for non-abortion services [but] Bush's position puts him in line with other Republican presidential aspirants who have also supported defunding the group, including Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.).


Michigan Gynoticians

Michigan House Passes $37.9 Billion Budget Banning State Funding For Planned Parenthood

April 28, 2015 
By Kyle Feldscher, via Michigan Live

House Democrats said the amendment means any organization providing those services will not be able to receive any state funding, should the budget become law.

‘It's extremely disappointing that the Republican caucus would use women's health as a bargaining chip,’ said Rep. Kristy Pagan, D-Canton.

Virginia Gynoticians

Virginia City Attacks Abortion Access Through Zoning Law Change

April 29, 2015
By Nina Liss-Schultz, via RH Reality Check

The Manassas, Virginia, city council on Monday approved an ordinance that ... would threaten to close the city’s lone abortion clinic. The measure would reclassify women’s health centers as medical care facilities. That change would require those clinics have special use permits, granted only after a public comment period and city council approval.

Colorado Gynoticians

Colorado Republicans Refuse To Fund Award-Winning IUD Program That Reduced Teen Births

April 30, 2015
By Tara Culp-Ressler via Think Progress

Colorado Republicans have officially voted to eliminate funding for an award-winning family planning program that has contributed to a staggering 40 percent drop in the state’s teen birth rate over the past five years.


DC Gynoticians  

House Votes To Overturn DC Reproductive Health Discrimination Law

April 30, 2015
By Samantha Lachman, via Huffington Post

The [U.S.] House of Representatives approved a measure Thursday night that would reverse a Washington [DC]  law preventing employers from retaliating against workers who have abortions or premarital sex... The city legislation aimed to prohibit employers from discriminating against employees accessing in vitro fertilization, using birth control, having premarital sex or seeking an abortion.


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