Texas is Replacing Legitimate Women's Health Clinics with Crisis Pregnancy CentersKatie J.M. Baker10/02/12 5:30pmFiled to: Roe v worldTexasTexas women's health programRick PerryCrisis pregnancy centerPlanned ParenthoodtweetFb93EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Texas's Women's Health Program used to serve nearly 111,000 women in dire need of affordable medical care — until Governor Rick Perry barred all clinics that provide, refer, or even promote abortion from inclusion. His decision prompted the federal government to cut 90% of the WHP's funding, leaving the state scrambling to find almost $38 million dollars to pay for (morally acceptable) healthcare. But Texas ladies don't need to worry, because it looks like Perry's come up with a solution: crisis pregnancy centers that falsely claim to have "revamped" their services. Who needs Planned Parenthood when you can get a free slut-shaming alongside your mammogram?