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    Planned parenthood has been a topic of controversy the last couple of years, as people throughout the nation ask whether or not the healthcare organization should be defunded. When video footage was released in 2015 of “Planned Parenthood medical officials discussing the sale of fetal tissue to researchers,” it seemed likely that federal funds would be revoked as backlash from the public was noted (Welch). Although the nonprofit organization does offer the termination of unplanned pregnancies, the

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    Planned Parenthood, is a nonprofit organization that provides reproductive health services in the U.S. Margaret Sanger founded the American Birth Control League in 1921, which changed its name to Planned Parenthood in 1942. Planned Parenthood has 56 locally governed affiliates nationwide and operates 650 health centers that conform to the communities where they are located. (Parenthood, Planned. "Who We Are.") Planned Parenthood has been a point of conflict since the day it was opened in 1921. Sanders

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    Over the last one hundred years the program known as planned parenthood has selflessly devoting millions of dollars and countless hours. To providing health care that is not only safe but also affordable. (Lawrence and Ness) The comprehensive health care that planned parenthood provides is, in my opinion extremely beneficial to every single man and woman that has ever happened to be a patient of planned parenthood. Planned parenthood provides an extraordinary amount of benefits that have helped millions

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    Planned Parenthood Planned Parenthood federation of America (PPFA), better known as Planned Parenthood, is a non-profit organization that provides healthcare and family planning services. Planned Parenthood is the nation's leading sexual and reproductive health care provider and advocate (Planned). Planned Parenthood receives federal funding to help practice the services they provide, but some groups believe that funding this organization is morally wrong. Critics of Planned Parenthood say the

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    miscarriages, and multiple pregnancies that eventually led to her mother’s premature death. This had a significant impact on her ideologies. She eventually became known for advocating women’s reproductive rights and founding what is now known as Planned Parenthood. As a young adult, she attended college but had to return home to care for her dying mother. She went back to school having plans on becoming a Registered Nurse, which soon changed, during her marriage and the birth of her children. She graduated

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    Planned Parenthood Federation of America or the PPFA provides healthcare for millions of men and women across the globe. They provide many reproductive services and they have offices all around the globe. They have sex education information to help inform people of the risks some actions, like sex, can lead to and how to be safe. Many people think planned parenthood should be defended, but Planned Parenthood should continue to be funded because they provide safe abortion services, STD testing which

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    V) Planned Parenthood To reiterate how important symbol creation and media framing are to modern scandals, look no further than the allegations brought on family planning organization Planned Parenthood in 2015. In many ways, the scandals themselves were nearly identical in composition. David Daleiden, a journalist and founder of the pro-life group the Center for Medical Progress, accumulated undercover footage at eleven Planned Parenthood offices claiming to be a representative for a “fetal tissue

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    Founding of Interest Group Planned Parenthood was founded in 1916 by Margaret Sanger, her sister and her friend. It all started when they opened America’s first birth control clinic in Brooklyn, New York. Women didn’t have very many rights back then so it was hard to obtain information on birth control or contraception. the Comstock Laws were responsible for making contraception illegal. They decided to make a change and start Planned Parenthood. Sanger decided to open the clinic because she had

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    Margaret Sanger’s efforts for women’s rights lead to the founding of Planned Parenthood in 1916. Initially she grew up in a large poverty-stricken family of eleven, which greatly impacted her stance on reproductive privileges. Her mother had a total of eighteen pregnancies, seven in which resulted in miscarriages, dying at age 43. Sanger decided she did not want to suffer the same way her mother did, so she had a plan. Later on, she went on to be a nurse for women who suffered from pregnancy symptoms

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    Margaret Sanger’s Planned Parenthood Essay

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    Margaret Sanger’s Planned Parenthood During a time in which white supremacy was being challenged by an ever-increasing African population, a woman named Margaret Sanger “sought to purify America’s breeding stock and purge America’s bad stains” (Planned Parenthood). She set out to establish the American Birth Control League, which eventually became the Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA). Sanger’s actions provoked much controversy because at the time not only was contraception

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