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May 10, 2013 | Rethinking the Texas Women’s Health Program

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Abortion politics in the last Texas Legislative session led to massive cuts in family planning programs for low-income women. University of Texas researchers say there were tens of thousands unwanted pregnancies that otherwise would have been avoided. Bills promoting further abortion restrictions this year have taken a back seat as legislators work in harmony to restore family planning funding.

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