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Donald Trump –– Just Like Every GOP Candidate––  Would Block Over a Million People from Care at Planned Parenthood

Washington, DC –– Tonight, Marco Rubio attacked Donald Trump for his positive comments about women’s health, ignoring the fact that Trump, Cruz, Rubio and Kasich all have the same approach to women’s health care. Marco Rubio, Donald Trump, and every other GOP candidate on stage, would ban abortion, block over a million people from access to birth control, cancer screenings, and STI testing at Planned Parenthood, and slash insurance coverage of birth control.


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Every Republican Candidate Has the Same Plan For Women: block over a million people from receiving birth control, cancer screenings, and other lifesaving preventive health care at Planned Parenthood

  • Trump said he does “not support” allowing patients who rely on federal programs for health care to access services at Planned Parenthood: Trump dismissed Cruz’s accusations that he supports abortion rights and opposes gun rights as false. ‘I am pro-life and I do not support tax payer funding for Planned Parenthood as long as they are performing abortions,’ he said in the statement. ‘I am also a strong advocate of the [National Rifle Association], as are my sons.” [The Hill,2/17/16]

  • Ted Cruz wants to cut access to health care at Planned Parenthood -- threatening millions

    • He’d rather shut down the government then allow Planned Parenthood patients -- many of whom are low-income and have no other options -- receive access to birth control, cancer screenings, and STI testing and treatment.

  • John Kasich has decimated women’s health care in Ohio

    • Governor Kasich said Republicans should “fight like crazy” to end funding for Planned Parenthood. [Newsmax, 9/28/15]

    • Just last month, Governor Kasich signed a bill to prohibit the state from contracting with Planned Parenthood: “Ohio Gov. John Kasich signed a bill Sunday prohibiting the state from contracting for health services with any organization that performs or promotes abortions, blocking government funds to Planned Parenthood.

    • Planned Parenthood isn't explicitly named in the legislation, but the law will prevent more than $1 million in funding from the state health department from going to the nonprofit to fund programs such as HIV testing, health screenings and prevention of violence against women.” [CNN, 2/22/16]

  • Marco Rubio has voted multiple times to defund Planned Parenthood: Con. Res. 36,4/14/11; Roll Call Vote 36, H.R. 1,3/9/11; Roll Call Vote 262, S. 1881,8/3/15; S. Amdt 2669 to H.J. Res. 61, Roll Call Vote 270,9/24/15; H.R. 3762, Roll Call Vote 329,12/3/15]

    • Rubio said he would “immediately” sign a bill to defund Planned Parenthood if elected president.

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