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Proposed Changes to Title X: Implications for Women and Family Planning Providers

Issue Brief
  1. Title X of the Public Health Service Act, 42 U.S.C. 300, et seq.

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  2. National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association v. Alex M. Azar II

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  3. Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, Inc. v. Alex M. Azar II

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  4. Zolna MR and Frost JJ. (2016). Publicly Funded Family Planning Clinics in 2015: Patterns and Trends in Service Delivery Practices and Protocols. Guttmacher Institute.

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  5. Frost J., Frohwirth L, Blades N., Zolna M., Douglas-Hall, A., Bearak, J. Publicly Funded Contraceptive Services at U.S. Clinics, 2015. Guttmacher Institute. April 2017.

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  6. White K, et al. (2015). The Impact of Reproductive Health Legislation on Family Planning Clinic Services in Texas. American Journal of Public Health.

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  7. Stevenson AJ, et al. The Effect of Removal of Planned Parenthood from the Texas Women’s Health Program. The New England Journal of Medicine 2016;374:853-60.

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  8. Redden M. Healthcare without Planned Parenthood: Wisconsin and Texas Point to a Dark FutureThe Guardian. January 17, 2017.

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  9. Health Management Associates. Challenges to Underserved Women's Access to Family Planning Services in Wisconsin 2016. January 2017.

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  10. Institute of Medicine (IOM). (2001). Crossing the Quality Chasm: A New Health System for the 21st Century.

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  11. Jones RK and Jerman J. Abortion Incidence and Service Availability In the United States, 2014. Guttmacher Institute.

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  12. Wickline v. State of California (1986).

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  13. Wood et al. Kaiser Family Foundation and George Washington University. (2018). Community Health Centers and Family Planning in an Era of Policy Uncertainty.

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  14. Zolna MR and Frost JJ. (2016). Publicly Funded Family Planning Clinics in 2015: Patterns and Trends in Service Delivery Practices and Protocols. Guttmacher Institute.

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  15. https://www.hhs.gov/opa/sites/default/files/FY-17-Title-X-FOA-New-Competitions.pdf

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  16. Kaiser Family Foundation. (2018). Natural Family Planning as a Means of Preventing Pregnancy.

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  17. Kaiser Family Foundation. (2018). Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health Services: Key Findings from the 2017 Kaiser Women's Health Survey.

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  18. Fowler CI, Gable J, Wang J, & Lasater B. (2017). Family Planning Annual Report: 2016 national summary. RTI International.

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