Title X in Your State

Despite decades of improving public health outcomes achieved through funding patient-centered, high-quality care, the Trump administration issued regulations in March 2019 that undercut the hallmarks of the program and drove out a number of longstanding, trusted providers. As a result, administrators, providers, and patients across the country have been left to adjust to challenging circumstances.
Learn more about the specific impacts of the rule and the need for publicly funded family planning in each state with the factsheets below. Please also review the data notes and sources for important information. 

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