Planned Parenthood -- says it has been "forced" to withdraw from the federal funding program that was created to provide affordable reproductive care to low-income women after the Department of Health and Human Services issued new rules regarding abortion. The Department says those pulling out are quote "blaming the government for their own actions."

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