Casey Given Ayes, Nay By Women

Carolyn Baxter, Better Family Planning, Inc. Executive Director; Spectrum Health Services, Inc. CEO

"If you want to prevent the need for abortion, it seems appropriate to provide money for birth control," said Carolyn Baxter, executive director of Spectrum Health Services, which runs two clinics for low-income women in Philadelphia. "The majority of our patients are women between 20 and 24, and most have had one child. If they are to break the cycle of poverty, they must be allowed to plan when they have that next child."

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