Planned Parenthood and its affiliates have received $4.3 billion in government funding over the last ten years, according to the group’s annual reports. Their government funding comes from both federal and state governments. We do not know exactly how much of Planned Parenthood’s funding comes from the federal government. Much of the funding comes from joint federal-state programs like Medicaid and the State Children’s Health Insurance Program. Also, federal agencies can award funding to a state, which in turn passes that funding on to a Planned Parenthood organization. This analysis is an estimate of an individual’s share of Planned Parenthood’s government funding based solely on that individual’s federal income tax burden category.*Planned Parenthood’s Annual Reports
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