Today the Senate will vote on whether or not to defund Planned Parenthood, a move that would negatively affect the health and safety of women nationwide. For a glimpse at what happens when access to abortion is limited, hop on over to Broadly, where Tracie Egan Morrissey—former Jezebel editor and current Broadly EIC—explores the issue on a global (and local) level.

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Not trolling, just need to understand something: I keep seeing people an articles state that PP’s business is only 3% abortion related. So if thats the case, and they stopped doing them, how does that equate to a statement like “what happens when access to abortion is limited”. Similarly, if they stopped doing abortions altogether to keep their funding, wouldn’t that be better than having them shut down?