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Thoughts President Obama -- health care overhaul is getting a much needed shot in the arm from one of his core support groups correspondent Shannon Breen tells us who.
There is this sort of unholy alliance between Planned Parenthood and me.
The Obama administration conservatives are raising objections over Planned Parenthood coordinated effort to help sell the new health care law though they're not surprised.
The president himself asked for the group's assistance.
You and your supporters got up there you organize -- mobilized you made your voices are made all the difference.
But here's the thing.
If Americans don't know how to access the new benefits and protections.
That -- go to received as we implement this law that Health Care Reform won't let.
Much of a difference in their lives.
In addition to Planned Parenthood national push to emphasize the loss benefit.
Some of the individual affiliates will also apply for a portion of 54 million dollars in so called navigator grants.
Government funding for entities that will help American sign up for programs offered under the new law.
Supporters say the match makes sense given the Planned Parenthood provided medical treatment to roughly three million women -- -- -- eleven.
The most recent year statistics are available many of them uninsured.
Colorado Democrat congresswoman Diana DeGette a vocal supporter of the health care lost said quote.
I think with this program that Planned Parenthood is going to educate people and their eligibility is really important.
But critics already upset over more than a half billion taxpayer dollars flowing to the organization in 2011.
The same -- it reported performing nearly 334000.
Say they're more determined than ever to cut government funding for the group.
They're there every time to stand up for their pro abortion elected officials.
Who then give them their taxpayer dollars it's it's a great relationship for Planned Parenthood.
Questions about the partnership come on the heels of revelations that health and human services secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
Solicited donations from at least one private group with ties to the pharmaceutical industry in order to fund efforts to promote the new law.
She says it was all legal -- Shannon thank you.
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