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    Planned Parenthood and women Planned Parenthood provides much important health care to women in the United States. Therefore the Government (State and Federal) should continue to fund the organization. PPFA (Planned Parenthood Federation of America) provides a high variety of service at affordable pricing to women, men, and teenagers. Planned Parenthood has been categorized by some government representatives as an organization that misspend funds as well as some religious systems that oppose abortion

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    Margaret Sanger’s Planned Parenthood

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    Margaret Sanger’s Planned Parenthood During a time in which white supremacy was being challenged by an ever-increasing African population, a woman named Margaret Sanger “sought to purify America’s breeding stock and purge America’s bad stains” (Planned Parenthood). She set out to establish the American Birth Control League, which eventually became the Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA). Sanger’s actions provoked much controversy because at the time not only was contraception illegal

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    Planned Parenthood

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    Social Issue: Planned Parenthood and Abortion Rights Planned Parenthood federation of America (PPFA), is widely known as Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood is a non-profit organization that provides reproductive healthcare and family planning services. Planned Parenthood is the nation 's leading sexual and reproductive health care provider and advocate (Planned). Planned Parenthood receives federal funding from the government to help practice the services they provide, but some groups believe

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    Planned Parenthood is an organization known for providing reproductive health services in the United States. In particular, the organization helps people from low-income status who usually cannot afford reproductive health services. Despite providing health services to Americans who desperately need them, Planned Parenthood has met opposition from politicians, most notably Republican and conservative leaders, due to the fact that Planned Parenthood provides abortion services. Because of this, many

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    Planned Parenthood is an organization dedicated to fighting for women’s health and rights as well as equality. Margaret Sanger founded Planned Parenthood. Margret Sanger was an activist, writer, sex educator, and nurse. Margret Sanger experienced firsthand what women coping with unwanted pregnancy were going through (History and Success, 2015). Margret Sanger’s mother bore eighteen children and of those eighteen children, eleven survived. As a result of having so many children, her mother passed

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    Planned Parenthood Southeast (PPSE) is a member affiliate of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the oldest and largest voluntary family planning organization in the country. On April 1, 2010, Planned Parenthood of Georgia merged with Planned Parenthood Alabama to become Planned Parenthood Southeast serving Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi. PPSE has extensive experience providing women’s health care, community health education, and public policy advocacy in the Southeast region for over 80

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    Planned Parenthood: Why the Controversy?  Planned Parenthood Federation of America, an organization founded by Margaret Sanger in 1916, receives $500 million in federal funding every year.  Mission statement: A reason for being.  Planned Parenthood is one of the nation's prominent providers of inexpensive health care for women, men, and young people, and the country’s biggest provider of sex education (“Planned Parenthood at a Glance,” 2014).   Half of Planned Parenthood patients depend on federally

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    Planned Parenthood vs. Casey (1992) In Planned Parenthood vs. Casey, a Supreme Court case which took place in 1992, five provisions of the Pennsylvania Abortion Control Act of 1982 were being challenged as unconstitutional under another case, Roe vs. Wade. Roe Vs. Wade was the case that first recognized a constitutional right to abortion a legal liberty under a clause in the Fourteen Amendment. The five provisions being challenged were the "informed consent" rule, the "spousal notification" requirement

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    Planned Parenthood of PA v. Casey

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    couldn’t receive all of this? Would she be denied her right to get an abortion? The Supreme Court case, Planned Parenthood of PA v. Casey, wasn’t known for what it did, but mainly for what it did not do, which was not overruling Roe v. Wade, but reaffirming a woman’s right to an abortion; it questioned a state’s right to impose or place an “undue burden” on women. Planned Parenthood of PA v. Casey was argued on April 22, 1992 and the official decision was reached on June 29, 1992. The case dealt

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    Teenage Pregnancy Teenage parenthood is by no means a new social phenomenon. Historically, women have tended to begin childbearing during their teens and early twenties. During the past two decades the U. S. teenage birthrate has actually declined (Polit and others, 1982). In the late 1950s, 90 out of 1000 women under 20 gave birth as compared with 52 out of 1000 in 1978. Several factors contribute to the current attention focused on teenage pregnancy and parenthood. There is currently a large

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