More Than 100 Democratic U.S. Representatives Urge Expansion Of Women’s Access To Health Care Services Amid Zika Outbreak

Framington Patch: Rep. Clark Urges More Women’s Health Resources In Wake of Zika Outbreak
“Congresswoman Katherine Clark is leading an effort in the U.S. House to bolster funding for women’s health care and family planning services in response to the Zika virus. … Joined by 105 of her Democratic colleagues, Clark’s letter to Republican leadership urged that any ‘response to the Zika virus must include a robust and focused effort on expanding access to women’s health care services’…” (Petroni, 2/26).

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