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WELLINGTON, FL - JULY 13:  Ginger Rae has her blood pressure checked by registered nurse practitioner Rachel Eisenberg during a checkup at a Planned Parenthood health center on July 13, 2017 in Wellington, Florida. The U.S. Senate has released its revised health care bill on Capitol hill; the plan includes cutting funds for Planned Parenthood, the country's largest network provider of women's health care, for at least one year.  Planned Parenthood Federation of America President Cecile Richards responded to the new bill by saying "With this latest version of Trumpcare, Americans will pay more and get less, but women will pay the biggest price of all. Slashing Medicaid, cutting maternity coverage, and blocking millions from getting preventive care at Planned Parenthood would result in more undetected cancers and more unintended pregnancies. And it puts moms and their babies at risk. Now is the time for every person who cares about women's health and access to affordable, quality care to speak out and join this fight."  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
WELLINGTON, FL - JULY 13:  Ginger Rae has her blood pressure checked by registered nurse practitioner Rachel Eisenberg during a checkup at a Planned Parenthood health center on July 13, 2017 in Wellington, Florida. The U.S. Senate has released its revised health care bill on Capitol hill; the plan includes cutting funds for Planned Parenthood, the country's largest network provider of women's health care, for at least one year.  Planned Parenthood Federation of America President Cecile Richards responded to the new bill by saying "With this latest version of Trumpcare, Americans will pay more and get less, but women will pay the biggest price of all. Slashing Medicaid, cutting maternity coverage, and blocking millions from getting preventive care at Planned Parenthood would result in more undetected cancers and more unintended pregnancies. And it puts moms and their babies at risk. Now is the time for every person who cares about women's health and access to affordable, quality care to speak out and join this fight."  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

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