Senator Tina Smith Visits Planned Parenthood Health Center to Discuss the Importance of Title X Family Planning Funding for Minnesotans
U.S. Senator Tina Smith visited the Planned Parenthood health center in Richfield to discuss the disproportionate impact of Title X cuts on women with low incomes and communities of color in Minnesota.
Planned Parenthood is still serving the Minneapolis community during construction, providing care at a health center just a few blocks away.
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The House Omnibus HHS Finance bill (HF 2414) includes provisions that protect access to no-cost birth control, allow people to receive up to 12 months of birth control at once and increases funding for critical reproductive health services.