Poll: Proposed Planned Parenthood Funding Cuts Deepen Gender Gap
Meanwhile, in a second story, Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski says the funding fight is far from over.
The Hill: Poll: Planned Parenthood Cut Splits Voters By Gender, Race
Likely voters are split on whether Congress should cut funding for Planned Parenthood, according to a new poll conducted for The Hill that also found a significant gender gap on the issue (Schroeder, 3/28).
McClatchy/The Anchorage Daily News: Alaska Sen. Murkowski Says Planned Parenthood Funding Fight Isn't Over
Conservatives in Congress say they want to wipe out all federal spending for Planned Parenthood because it is a leading abortion provider. Supporters of the organization in Alaska say that will hurt women who go to its clinics for other care including cancer screenings, birth control services, and testing for sexually transmitted disease (Demer, 3/28).