The Democratic Party 2020 candidate walked back his support of the controversial legislation, which bans the use of federal money for most pregnancy terminations.
The Pennsylvania Democratic lawmaker faces continuing outcry for aggressively confronting abortion clinic protesters.
Pennsylvania lawmaker posted clips to social media offering donations if viewers could identify or tell him where the protesters live.
“One woman can be ignored, two can be dismissed, but together, we’re a supermajority, and we’re unstoppable,” according to Supermajority, a political organization founded by three prominent activists.
“Stay on the ground old man unless you want to get hurt.”
Wesley Brian Kaster was previously found to have posted "Guns Don’t Kill People, Planned Parenthood Kills People" on Facebook.
Fox News host Laura Ingraham tied the 2020 Democratic candidates' support of Planned Parenthood to infanticide, an obsession with "death culture" and even Nazi Germany and "secular Sharia law."
Planned Parenthood asked the Trump administration for help tackling an attempt by some of their staff to unionize.
A Fox guest made the remark while discussing a revived policy that could gut funding to the healthcare provider.
The Trump administration's reported plans to alter the Title X program puts reproductive health organizations like Planned Parenthood in the crosshairs.
"Their intention is to shame women," Tennessee Planned Parenthood wrote.
Ivanka Trump only said, "Well, you have to understand, my father is pro-life," Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards recounted.
Activist Mommy blogger Elizabeth Johnston is urging parents to take their children out of school to protest against sex education.
Pair held a meeting with the CEO ahead of Donald Trump taking office.
The healthcare provider said it was attempting to make a point about stories that challenge stigma.
Cecile Richards has been president of the organization since 2006.
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Planned Parenthood is petitioning the court to review a law that would ban medication abortion in Arkansas and leave just one abortion provider in the entire state.
Planned Parenthood said "these accusations are baseless."