Planned Attack 

State bill threatens Planned Parenthood funding, diverts responsibility to county.

In a city notorious for high teen pregnancy and infant mortality rates, a legislative push could strip local family-planning organizations of Title X funding, forcing those federal funds on the Shelby County Health Department. The amendment, passed by the Tennessee Senate General…

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