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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

Yes, their services reach far beyond abortions and can save many lives through cancer screening, prenatal services, and adoption referrals

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No, and the government should not give funds to any organizations that perform abortions

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@8Z3BWCQ from New Jersey answered…8mos

No, and the government should not give funds to any organizations that perform abortions, provide abortion counseling or referrals, advocate to decriminalize abortion, or expand abortion services

@4NDJMDGfrom California  answered…2yrs

No because of the selling of fetal body parts and the fact that the funding goes directly back to the Democratic Party.

@SincerelyLaurenn from Minnesota disagreed…2yrs

Planned Parenthood isn’t simply for abortions. My mom had 5 miscarriages before having me. Those cost $10,000 each unless you want to pee out a dead baby, which is very traumatizing. Planned Parenthood makes things like that more affordable as well as birth control, which I use to regulate my periods and save myself from cramps. Before birth control, some cramps were so bad I missed weeks of school and had to be hospitalized. If you take away the idea of Planned Parenthood entirely, it makes like living hell for women who have these struggles.

@4NDB6ZTfrom Minnesota  answered…2yrs

If tax dollars go to abortion clinics, then the tax dollars allocated should be split with half going to abortion clinics, and half going to adoption agencies.

@8P4F8NH from Colorado commented…2yrs

Yes, their services reach far beyond abortions and can save many lives through cancer screening, prenatal services, and adoption referrals

if u care so much about the children in orphanges, go adopt a child. save a child whoś physically breathing, who can feel and think and is struggling in the system. dont worry about some cells that arent even in your body but in another womans and you just feel entitled to tell her its wrong.

@8PRSDMFRepublican from Texas commented…2yrs

most people believe abortion is morally incorrect...... And yet you get offended for another race and you say not to worry about another person's body.

@5LFCKS9from Oregon  answered…2yrs

Yes, but not to be used for support or performance of abortions that violate the abortion-rule I would impose. That rule is:

Abortion ought to be allowed early, NOT after the embryo has developed neurologically enough likely to be able to feel pain or fear or to be able to suffer, UNLESS the mother will die or sustain life-threatening or other very serious health-harm if abortion does not occur. Rape or incest is not excuse. Violations (the pregnant woman’s and the abortionist’s) must be treated as homicide (whether negligent homicide, manslaughter, or murder depending upon the special facts of the particular case).

@4NC9RW3from North Carolina  answered…2yrs

The government should only award grants to private non-profit organizations.

@57DWNNFfrom Nevada  answered…2yrs

In cases of rape or incest but must be proven that it was that lie detector tests or prosecuting the perpetrator

@4NC4C5Sfrom Michigan  answered…2yrs

No the affordable care act has provisions to eliminate the need of planned parenthood

@4N8N3DXfrom Washington  answered…2yrs

Planned Parenthood execs and docs that killed babies born alive after abortions should be charged with murder.

@4N9ZBRVfrom Utah  answered…2yrs

No. The government should not be funding a private health care service.

@4YF82WWfrom Washington  answered…2yrs

Planned Parenthood is a really odd system anyway--the govenment shouldn't be giving so much money to an outside organization they have little oversight of.

@4X6M2LCfrom Missouri  answered…2yrs

@577VF9Gfrom California  answered…2yrs

I would support planned Parenthood if they do not do abortions. I think they should do referrals for adoptions, cancer screening. But isn't Affordable Health Care there for women for the prenatal services and other health issues. Are we not being taxed twice?

@5DHYRSXfrom Maryland  answered…2yrs

No, for the simple fact that they were known for the sterilization of women of color.

@5L6ZDKVLibertarianfrom Arizona  answered…2yrs

No. Planned parenthood is a racist eugenics organization that was created to eliminate all black people from the earth by legally murdering their babies.

@SincerelyLaurenn  from Minnesota disagreed…2yrs

Planned Parenthood isn’t simply for abortions. My mom had 5 miscarriages before having me. Those cost $10,000 each unless you want to pee out a dead baby, which is very traumatizing. Planned Parenthood makes things like that more affordable as well as birth control, which I use to regulate my periods and save myself from cramps. Before birth control, some cramps were so bad I missed weeks of school and had to be hospitalized. If you take away the idea of Planned Parenthood entirely, it makes like living hell for women who have these struggles.

@57BNBTPfrom Texas  answered…2yrs

government should fund women/children clinics for women below a certain income level with free birth control for all people 17 or older, but not if they perform abortions.

@4NC7GLVfrom Minnesota  answered…2yrs

Government should fund all medical coverage as they do for our legislature.

@5C94F92from Missouri  answered…2yrs

Yes, if Planned Parenthood adopts a biblical perspective of what parenting means and they continue to provide cancer screening, prenatal services, and adoption referrals. Pregnancies that are a result of rape, incest or would endanger the life of the mother should be referred out to hospitals and social service organizations for abused women

@5DJXCRVfrom New Jersey  answered…2yrs

The government should be out of my body.

 @JonBSimConstitutionfrom Kentucky  commented…3wks

No, and the government should not give funds to any organizations that perform abortions

If you invite gov't into the abortion clinic, you are inviting them into your body.

@8PRSDMFRepublican from Texas commented…2yrs

but suddenly when you get raped you want all the attention from the government

@5CH8DLGfrom North Carolina  answered…2yrs

97 percent of services at planned parenthood are non abortion related.

@8PRSDMFRepublican from Texas commented…2yrs

no.... google is free, about 50% of planned parenthood services are abortion-related...... like I said google is free

@4N84HGNfrom Texas  answered…2yrs

Planned parenthood appears to provide mostly services to young women who participate in unprotected sex. Especially underage who parents should be help responsible thus pay for services.

@4XRGPYPfrom California  answered…2yrs

@5CBHMRYfrom Kentucky  answered…2yrs

No - there are other ways that people get funding for the cancer screening, prenatal services, etc... ever heard of Obamacare?? WIC?? Welfare?? Food Stamps??

@963VNJ7 from Texas answered…2hrs

@963RX7F from Connecticut answered…7hrs

Planned parenthood should be a personal decision and not from the government

@963R9B9 from Connecticut answered…7hrs

No. Planned parenthood has been shown to mistreat, belittle, give unscientific advice, and dissuade people for or against abortions. Abortion should be federally legalized. There should be programs that help women pay for it but not a specific clinic

@963NS7M from Arizona answered…10hrs

Planned parenthood should be funded through charities and donations.

@963NJVG from Texas answered…10hrs

@5JBLHDWLibertarian from Kentucky answered…12hrs

Yes, but I prefer switching to a single-payer healthcare system for this purpose.

@963F87RIndependent from Texas answered…13hrs

government should not be giving such organizations $528 millions without a yearly report of spending

@963F6W9Democrat from Oklahoma answered…13hrs

I think planned parenthood should be restructured and funded by corporations taxes.

@963DGDVfrom Maine  answered…13hrs

If someone has been raped or similar abortion should be paid for by goverment funding but not if its just an unplanned pregnancy

@963D8YN from Utah answered…14hrs

Yes, but I think we should do a background check on Planned Parenthood Past.

@963D2RY from Pennsylvania answered…14hrs

I feel like in some situations they should but they really need to start checking the background of the adopters a lot better.

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