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Planned Parenthood to Transition Seymour Health Center Patients to Columbus Location

“The health of our patients and the communities we serve is our number one priority."

July 15, 2019 • Indiana

Planned Parenthood Applauds Federal Court For Blocking Dangerous Abortion Restrictions in Indiana

“We applaud the court’s decision to block HEA 1211, another unconstitutional attack on safe and legal abortion care in Indiana."

June 29, 2019 • Indiana

Planned Parenthood Statement on Title X

“This rule is unethical, illegal, and harmful to the health of Kentuckians, especially those with low incomes or living in rural areas."

June 21, 2019 • Kentucky

Supreme Court Upholds Law Designed to Shame and Stigmatize Women Seeking Abortion and Miscarriage Care

"While elected officials attempt to score political points by putting the health of Hoosiers in danger, we’ll continue fighting for the rights of our patients and their ability to seek lifesaving care without fear or judgment.”

May 28, 2019 • Indiana

Planned Parenthood Statement on Kentucky Primary

"Kentuckians sent a clear message: we don’t support extreme attacks on reproductive health care."

May 22, 2019 • Kentucky

Planned Parenthood Statement on Kentucky’s Newly Adopted Anti-Abortion Laws

Kentucky Now Has Some of the Toughest Anti-Abortion Laws in the Country

March 29, 2019 • Kentucky

Planned Parenthood Statement on Dangerous Anti-Abortion Legislation in Kentucky

"This bill and the multitude of others like it to pass the Kentucky General Assembly are designed to punish pregnant people, plain and simple."

March 18, 2019 • Kentucky

Kentucky Politicians Ignore Reality to Push Unnecessary Abortion Regulations

"A patient’s health should determine medical decisions, not a lawmaker’s political agenda.”

March 6, 2019 • Kentucky

Nationwide Domestic Gag Rule Issued Today Threatens Healthcare for Millions

“We stand in solidarity with the thousands of patients and their care providers who are affected by the gag rule.”

Feb. 22, 2019 • Kentucky