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Using taxpayer dollars to finance family planning services has become politically thorny in Texas, largely because of Republican lawmakers' assertions that the women's health clinics providing that care were affiliated with abortion providers.
A GP-administered women's health clinic also operates on a monthly basis.
By parking a shocking-pink 10 metre long truck (serving as a mobile mammography unit (MMU)) outside women's health clinics where backlogs are the worst, PinkDrive is hoping to help to reduce the deadly incidence of late presenting breast cancer.
Then there are the health workers: Juanita (Loretta Devine) runs a women's health clinic, and Kelly (Kerry Washington) is a visiting social worker.
Unmasking Fake Clinics: The Truth about Crisis Pregnancy Centers in California NARAL Pro-Choice California Foundation, 2010 Crisis pregnancy centers, the antichoice organizations that portray themselves as actual women's health clinics, have been increasing in numbers around the country, including in California (91 percent of California counties have at least one CPC).
Royer of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, recruited 302 women aged 18-24 years: 201 women from four women's health clinics and 101 women from a university class.
The dispute occurred during a hearing on a bill that would strengthen laws that govern protesters who demonstrate in front of women's health clinics that provide abortions, and also other services.
About half provide separate gender-specific care in a women's health clinic.