Opinion

For nearly half a century, the Title X Family Planning Program has been a crucial source of federal dollars for family planning and related health care services for low-income Americans. Enacted with bipartisan support in 1970, the program’s mandate to provide “a broad range of acceptable and effective family planning methods and services” has helped millions of lower-income women each year obtain contraceptives and take control of their destinies, at least in terms of deciding if and when to have children.

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Letters

Letter: Fishery permit buyback proposal the wrong way to go

Fishery permit buyback proposal the wrong way to go

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Letter: Students seeks help with project

Students seeks help with project

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Letter: Contributions support student exchange program

Contributions support student exchange program

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Letter: Support measure to keep kids from vaping

Support measure to keep kids from vaping

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