#1612: Planned Parenthood & COVID-19 | 51%

June 12, 2020 00:27:28
#1612: Planned Parenthood & COVID-19 | 51%
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#1612: Planned Parenthood & COVID-19 | 51%
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On this week’s 51%, the CEO of a Planned Parenthood in New York says the COVID-19 pandemic brought out more protestors, and female film students want a more accessible path to directing. Planned Parenthood of Greater New York, like other health services organizations, responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by relying more on telehealth. Planned Parenthood […]

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