February 21, 2012
Judge Temporarily Halts Cuts to Tennessee Planned Parenthood
U.S. District Judge William Haynes has granted a preliminary order to temporarily halt Tennessee’s Department of Health from denying funding to a Planned Parenthood HIV and syphilis testing and prevention program, The Commercial Appeal reports. Planned Parenthood has already filed a lawsuit against the state regarding $150,000 in dropped grants. It argues that funding was withheld for political reasons because the organization provides comprehensive women’s health care that includes abortion.
To read the Common Appeal article, click here.
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