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Scarlett Johansson Stands With Planned Parenthood on Women's Health

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Published on Apr 7, 2011

Scarlett Johansson stands with Planned Parenthood to ensure that hundreds of thousands of women, men, and teens have full reproductive rights and health services. Health care providers like Planned Parenthood provide preventative and lifesaving health services such as breast exams, cervical cancer screenings, STD testing, and more at low costs.

Join Scarlett Johansson - Stand with Planned Parenthood! http://www.plannedparenthoodaction.or...

©2011 Planned Parenthood® Federation of America

"SCARLETT JOHANSSON STANDS WITH PLANNED PARENTHOOD" - PLANNED PARENTHOOD
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Scarlett Johansson: A cancer that goes undetected. A sexually transmitted disease left untreated. A woman unable to get the birth control she needs to plan her family and take control of her own destiny. This is the disastrous vision of some leaders in the United States House of Representatives. The house passed a bill to eliminate our country's Family Planning Program and to stop Planned Parenthood Health Centers from receiving any federal money to provide lifesaving, preventative care. That means no money for cervical cancer screenings and breast exams, no money for testing or treatment of STDs, not even testing for HIV. No money for birth control.

Every year, Planned Parenthood provides this essential care to millions of women, men, and teens. For many people, especially those with low incomes, Planned Parenthood is their only source of healthcare. Let your members of Congress know where you stand. Go to istandwithplannedparenthood.org, sign the petition and find out how you can join the fight on how to defend women's health. Stand with Planned Parenthood. I do.

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