The Observer recently spoke with five women about how women’s health care in the Lone Star State has played a role in their lives and communities.
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Jennifer Whitney documents the effects of cuts to women’s health-care and family-planning funding and access with a focus on the Rio Grande Valley.
The Observer has learned that the state health department left unspent approximately $2.3 million in family-planning funds in the past year while scores of clinics closed
Some family-planning funding in Texas will soon be under new management.
State budget cuts to family planning hit hardest in rural areas, where low-income women had fewer options to begin.