Findings
  1. P. Belluck. “Judge Temporarily Blocks Trump Rule on Abortion Referrals. The New York Times. April 25, 2019. Available at https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/25/science/title-x-injunction-abortion-referrals.html

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  2. Planned Parenthood clinics serve about 40 percent of the 4 million patients who receive care in clinics that receive Title X funding each year. https://khn.org/news/hhs-finalizes-rule-seeking-to-expel-planned-parenthood-from-family-planning-program/

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  3. According to a report released by Planned Parenthood Federation of American and Guttmacher Institute. Full report available at https://www.plannedparenthood.org/uploads/filer_public/71/bc/71bc6e9b-dff8-4201-8ed3-141df7dce0e2/190325-media-state-abortion-bans-snapshot-v6.pdf

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  4. B. Farmer and J. Fortier. “Heartbeat Bills Give State Lawmakers Pause on Anti-Abortion Tactics.” Kaiser Health News. April 16, 2019. Available at https://khn.org/news/heartbeat-bills-give-state-lawmakers-pause-on-anti-abortion-tactics/

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  5. J. Rovner. “If High Court Reverses Roe V. Wade, 22 States Poised To Ban Abortion.” Kaiser Health News. July 10, 2018. Available at https://khn.org/news/if-high-court-reverses-roe-v-wade-22-states-are-likely-to-ban-abortion/

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  6. States with enacted trigger laws: Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Dakota, North Dakota; states with proposed trigger laws: Georgia, Tennessee, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Missouri, Indiana, Texas, Washington.

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  7. Previous KFF polling has found that large majorities of the public say it is important for the ACA’s requirements affecting women be kept in place.

     

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