Concord Monitor: More public funds for abortions, birth control and Medicaid handouts sign War on Women’ is over
Most dramatically, much of the money for family planning and health-screening services for the poor was restored. The last two-year budget allowed $410,000 and $344,000 for such programs; the new budget spends $895,000 per year.
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