Texas is holding a public hearing on what its Women’s Health Program may look like after the federal government pulls funding amid a battle over Planned Parenthood.
In the ongoing battle over whether Texas’ Women’s Health Care patients can access care through Planned Parenthood providers—the latest round goes to the state. But, the legal challenges are far from over.
A federal appeals court says Texas can cut off state funding for Planned Parenthood pending a trial over a new law that takes away the money.
Most little girls have “the talk” with their moms about their periods. Now, the Poise brand is initiating the “second talk” with women — this time about menopause.
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An attorney for the state argued Thursday that a federal judge improperly barred Texas from enforcing a new rule excluding Planned Parenthood clinics from participating in a taxpayer-funded women’s health program.
A federal appeals court will review a new Texas rule that prohibits Planned Parenthood groups from participating in a taxpayer-funded program providing health care and family planning services to low-income women.
North Texas woman are already feeling the fallout from the funding fight for women’s health clinics. Some clinics are starting to close, leaving other clinics forced to pick up the slack.
A federal appeals judge says Texas cannot ban Planned Parenthood from receiving state funds.
Organizers of Race for the Cure events — runs and walks that account for large fundraising — have seen participation drop by as much as 30 percent.
Texas officials have proposed phasing out federal funding for the women’s health program after Washington said it’s illegal to ban Planned Parenthood.
Governor Rick Perry directed state officials to look for money to keep the Medicaid Women’s Health Program, even if federal funding is revoked.