As abortion battle shifts, Planned Parenthood to boost regional affiliate funds, cut national staff

A sign stands outside Planned Parenthood of Utah on June 28, 2022, in Salt Lake City. Planned Parenthood is shifting funding to its state affiliates and cutting national office staff to reflect a changed landscape in both how abortion is provided and how battles over access are playing out. The group, a major provider of abortion and other health services and also an advocate for abortion access, told its staff on Monday, May 22, 2023, that layoff notices would go out in June and provided The Associated Press with an overview Tuesday. (Rick Bowmer/AP, File)

A sign stands outside Planned Parenthood of Utah on June 28, 2022, in Salt Lake City. Planned Parenthood is shifting funding to its state affiliates and cutting national office staff to reflect a changed landscape in both how abortion is provided and how battles over access are playing out. The group, a major provider of abortion and other health services and also an advocate for abortion access, told its staff on Monday, May 22, 2023, that layoff notices would go out in June and provided The Associated Press with an overview Tuesday. (Rick Bowmer/AP, File)

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