Trump ACA birth control rule change rolls dice with women
Oct. 7, 2017 • Detroit Free Press
More unplanned pregnancies. More children with preventable disabilities. More abortions.
Those are the only realistic consequences of President Donald Trump's decision to roll back an Affordable Care Act rule requiring insurance plans to cover the cost of birth control.
How Trump's new rule on birth control coverage could impact 1.9M Michigan women
Oct. 7, 2017 • Detroit Free press
The Trump administration put in place a new rule Friday that allows employers to deny insurance coverage of birth control under the Affordable Care Act if that employer has a religious or moral objection to providing that coverage.
Planned Parenthood and the LGBTQ Community: What You Should Know
July 13, 2017 • Pride Source
Birth control and abortion. For many people, that's what comes to mind when they think of Planned Parenthood. But did you know that they offer a full range of services, from HIV testing and treatment to cancer screenings? Planned Parenthood is a great resource for the health care of the LGBTQ community. Why don't more people know?
Hey, GOP: Your constituents use Planned Parenthood
May 10, 2017 • The Detroit Free Press
Michigan Republicans hot to defund Planned Parenthood should slow their roll. At least long enough to understand exactly who they’ll be sticking it to if their persistent efforts are successful: Their own constituents, women in small Michigan cities or rural Michigan counties with few options for care, tens of thousands of whom who visit Planned Parenthood – in Petoskey or Brighton or Big Rapids or Jackson or Livonia – each year.
Birth control demand bumps up
Feb. 26, 2017 • Record Eagle
Planned Parenthood's Walker Health Center in Traverse City sees 33% increase in IUD, implant procedures.
Community Nonprofits: Local Planned Parenthood a key provider of healthcare to area women; founded here in 1970
Feb. 21, 2017 • Harbor Light (Harbor Springs)
When it comes to providing medical services and education to some of the most vulnerable populations in northern Michigan, Planned Parenthood of Petoskey leads by example. The organization, which in 2016 folded into the larger context of Planned Parenthood of Michigan, is often on the front lines of providing affordable, quality healthcare for individuals in this community.
Spike In Women Seeking Long-Term Birth Control As ACA Comes Under Attack
Feb. 21, 2017 • CBS Detroit
As the nation waits to see the Republican plan to revamp the Affordable Care Act, there’s been a run on women seeking birth control in metro Detroit.
Defunding Planned Parenthood means more than what people might expect
Feb. 21, 2017 • Western Herald
For many of us, the words “Planned Parenthood” are almost synonymous with “abortion clinic,” but in fact, they should be more synonymous with “cancer prevention,” “men’s health care” and “LGBT services.”
Feb. 10, 2017 • Lansing City Pulse
Birth control offers benefits outside of pregnancy prevention
Clients worry about Planned Parenthood
Feb. 4, 2017 • Battle Creek Enquirer
A Battle Creek patient talks about Planned Parenthood and women's health care.
Bill Threatens Health Care Protections for 4 Million Title X Family Planning Patients
GRAND RAPIDS – As part of a plan to consolidate Planned Parenthood of Michigan’s (PPMI) health services in the Grand Rapids area, PPMI announced today that the Evenson Health Center, located at 3641 Byron Center Ave. SW, in Wyoming, will close on March 1, 2017.
MICHIGAN – It’s Valentine’s week and love is in the air! Planned Parenthood of Michigan (PPMI) reminds love birds everywhere that CONDOMS are the one form of birth control that can prevent against unintended pregnancy and also help protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs) – but only if used properly, and that includes using a condom EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.
Planned Parenthood to Hold a Statewide Summit for Teen Peer Educators as Part of Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month
PPMI Peer Ed Summit on Friday, May 6, 2016
Michigan affiliates merge to create one Planned Parenthood of Michigan
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