New York, NY ? On Saturday, February 26, a woman sits holding a poster that says: I stand with poor people and women of color, as thousands of people came together in Foley Square, in downtown Manhattan, to stand up for women?s health, and fight back against the recent Congressional attacks against Planned Parenthood and family planning funding. The rally comes on the heels of passage of dangerous anti-choice legislation in the House of Representatives, which, if made into law, would eliminate basic health care and education services for millions of Americans ? and according to Department of Health estimates, 800,000 New Yorkers. Not only would this legislation cut funding for America?s Family Planning Program, Title X, but it would also prevent Planned Parenthood health centers from receiving any federal funds for STD testing, pregnancy testing, lifesaving can
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