Change in Regulations Force Planned Parenthoods to Close

NPR/WFIU

BLOOMINGTON, IN. Four more Planned Parenthood clinics around the state will close by the end of March due to a change in regulations the organization says is too difficult to reconcile with its service model. The new regulations could make getting contraception more challenging and more expensive. WFIU’s Emily Loftis has more…

Originally, the centers were funded by federal legislation called the Family Planning Program Grant. Under a new competitive funding structure, family planning dollars go away.

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