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Bill Would Study Effects of Family Planning Cuts

Some say state lawmakers' cuts to family planning funding in 2011 cost the state more than it saved because it had to pay to cover additional pregnancies through Medicaid. State Rep. Sarah Davis, R-West University Place, wants to quantify that.

TribLive at the Austin Club with state Rep. Sarah Davis, R-West University Place, Jan 22, 2013.

Some say state lawmakers' cuts to family planning funding in 2011 cost the state more than it saved because it had to pay to cover additional pregnancies through Medicaid. State Rep. Sarah Davis, R-West University Place, wants to quantify that.

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