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  •  - Richards, President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, adresses the second session of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte

    Richards, President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, adresses the second session of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte

    Posted: 9/5/2012 9:06:49 PM EST
    Cecile Richards, President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, addresses the second session of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina September 5, 2012. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
  •  - Richards, President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, adresses the second session of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte

    Richards, President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, adresses the second session of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte

    Posted: 9/5/2012 9:06:49 PM EST
    Cecile Richards, President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, addresses the second session of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina September 5, 2012. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
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              FILE - This Feb. 7, 2012 file photo shows Karen Handel, former ice president for public policy for Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast-cancer charity, speaking during an interview in Atl

    FILE - This Feb. 7, 2012 file photo shows Karen Handel, former ice president for public policy for Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast-cancer charity, speaking during an interview in Atl

    Posted: 8/13/2012 12:33:25 PM EST
    FILE - This Feb. 7, 2012 file photo shows Karen Handel, former ice president for public policy for Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast-cancer charity, speaking during an interview in Atlanta. Handel, the former Susan G. Komen executive at the heart of the organization's clash with Planned Parenthood has a book deal. Howard Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, announced Monday, Aug. 13, that Karen Handel's "Planned Bullyhood" will come out Sept. 11. (AP Photo/John Bazemore, file)
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              FILE - This Feb. 7, 2012 file photo shows Karen Handel, former ice president for public policy for Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast-cancer charity, speaking during an interview in Atl

    FILE - This Feb. 7, 2012 file photo shows Karen Handel, former ice president for public policy for Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast-cancer charity, speaking during an interview in Atl

    Posted: 8/13/2012 12:33:25 PM EST
    FILE - This Feb. 7, 2012 file photo shows Karen Handel, former ice president for public policy for Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast-cancer charity, speaking during an interview in Atlanta. Handel, the former Susan G. Komen executive at the heart of the organization's clash with Planned Parenthood has a book deal. Howard Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, announced Monday, Aug. 13, that Karen Handel's "Planned Bullyhood" will come out Sept. 11. (AP Photo/John Bazemore, file)
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    Posted: 4/19/2012 6:05:53 PM EST
    In this April 14, 2012, photo walkers show colorful signs and attire during the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Fort Worth, Texas. Nine of the years 135 races have been held so far, with eight reporting a drop in participation numbers ranging from around 10 percent to 30 percent, Fort Worth reporting about a 23 percent drop. While race organizers cite the economy and other possible contributing factors, there is also an acknowledgment of the effect of the Planned Parenthood debacle, which angered both people on both sides of the abortion debate. (AP Photo/Star-Telegram, Joyce Marshall) MAGS OUT
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    Posted: 4/19/2012 6:05:53 PM EST
    In this April 14, 2012, photo walkers and runners stop for the Star Spangled Banner before the start of the Cure in Fort Worth, Texas. Nine of the years 135 races have been held so far, with eight reporting a drop in participation numbers ranging from around 10 percent to 30 percent, Fort Worth reporting about a 23 percent drop. While race organizers cite the economy and other possible contributing factors, there is also an acknowledgment of the effect of the Planned Parenthood debacle, which angered both people on both sides of the abortion debate. (AP Photo/Star-Telegram, Joyce Marshall) MAGS OUT
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    Posted: 4/19/2012 6:05:53 PM EST
    In this April 14, 2012, photo Teresa Blackington of Alvaredo warms up before the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Fort Worth, Texas. Nine of the years 135 races have been held so far, with eight reporting a drop in participation numbers ranging from around 10 percent to 30 percent, Fort Worth reporting about a 23 percent drop. While race organizers cite the economy and other possible contributing factors, there is also an acknowledgment of the effect of the Planned Parenthood debacle, which angered both people on both sides of the abortion debate. (AP Photo/Star-Telegram, Joyce Marshall) MAGS OUT
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    Posted: 4/19/2012 6:05:53 PM EST
    In this April 14, 2012, photo local race founders Joan Katz and Rozanne Rosenthal cheer on runners at the start of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Fort Worth, Texas. Nine of the years 135 races have been held so far, with eight reporting a drop in participation numbers ranging from around 10 percent to 30 percent, Fort Worth reporting about a 23 percent drop. While race organizers cite the economy and other possible contributing factors, there is also an acknowledgment of the effect of the Planned Parenthood debacle, which angered both people on both sides of the abortion debate. (AP Photo/Star-Telegram, Joyce Marshall) MAGS OUT
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    Posted: 4/4/2012 9:45:46 PM EST
    With anti-abortion flyers and rosary in hand, Richard Retta, 80, waits for people to approach Planned Parenthood in downtown Washington, Wednesday, April 4, 2012. Three days a week, for the past eight years, Retta has stood outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in downtown Washington, three blocks from the White House, and tried to convince women not to get abortions. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
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    Posted: 4/4/2012 9:45:46 PM EST
    Richard Retta, 80, holds anti-abortion flyers as he waits for people to approach Planned Parenthood in downtown Washington, Wednesday, April 4, 2012. Three days a week, for the past eight years, Retta has stood outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in downtown Washington, three blocks from the White House, and tried to convince women not to get abortions. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
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    Posted: 4/4/2012 9:45:46 PM EST
    Richard Retta, 80, left, follows a woman down the street after she left a Planned Parenthood clinic to give her an anti-abortion flyer in downtown Washington, Wednesday, April 4, 2012. Three days a week, for the past eight years, Retta has stood outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in downtown Washington, three blocks from the White House, and tried to convince women not to get abortions. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
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    Posted: 4/4/2012 9:45:46 PM EST
    With anti-abortion flyers and rosary in hand, Richard Retta, 80, waits for people to approach Planned Parenthood in downtown Washington, Wednesday, April 4, 2012. Three days a week, for the past eight years, Retta has stood outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in downtown Washington, three blocks from the White House, and tried to convince women not to get abortions. At right are two volunteers with the Washington Area Clinic Defense Task Force, who escort people to and from Planned Parenthood. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
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    Posted: 4/4/2012 9:45:46 PM EST
    Richard Retta, 80, left, hands an anti-abortion flyer to a woman as she leaves Planned Parenthood in downtown Washington, Wednesday, April 4, 2012. Three days a week, for the past eight years, Retta has stood outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in downtown Washington, three blocks from the White House, and tried to convince women not to get abortions. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
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    Posted: 3/11/2012 12:25:47 PM EST
    FILE - In this March 6, 2012 file photo, Carol McDonald, spokesperson for Planned Parenthood, speaks in front of a crowd of about 200 people during Women's Health Express, a bus event held to protest the attempt to cut Planned Parenthood out of Women's Health Plan in San Antonio. Texas is among several states where Republican-controlled legislatures have voted to cut off Planned Parenthood?s funding. (AP Photo/The San Antonio Express-News, Helen L. Montoya, File) RUMBO DE SAN ANTONIO OUT; NO SALES
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    Posted: 2/6/2012 12:05:45 AM EST
    FILE - In this Saturday, Oct. 16, 2010 file photo, some of an estimated 45,000 people participate in the Susan B. Komen Race for the Cure in Little Rock, Ark. After watching The Susan G. Komen for the Cure announce plans to cut funding to Planned Parenthood on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012, then abandon those plans days later amid a public furor, many longtime Komen supporters were feeling conflicted at week's end. (AP Photo/Brian Chilson)
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    Posted: 2/4/2012 1:55:46 PM EST
    Sue Laux, of Keller, pickets with other opponents of abortion outside Planned Parenthood of North Texas' 2012 annual luncheon at the Omni Hotel in Fort Worth, Texas Friday, Feb. 3, 2012. The Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast-cancer charity on Friday abandoned plans to deny funding to Planned Parenthood. The startling decision came after three days of virulent criticism that resounded across the Internet, jeopardizing Komen's iconic image. (AP Photo/The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, David Kent)
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    Posted: 2/4/2012 1:55:46 PM EST
    A crowd waits to attend the Planned Parenthood of North Texas' 2012 annual luncheon at the Omni Hotel in Fort Worth, Texas Friday, Feb. 3, 2012. The Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast-cancer charity on Friday abandoned plans to deny funding to Planned Parenthood. The startling decision came after three days of virulent criticism that resounded across the Internet, jeopardizing Komen's iconic image. (AP Photo/The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, David Kent)
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    Posted: 2/4/2012 1:55:46 PM EST
    Paschal High School seniors Jaz Tinsley, Emily Linstrom and Leigh Larson volunteer at Planned Parenthood of North Texas' 2012 annual luncheon at the Omni Hotel in Fort Worth, Texas Friday, Feb. 3, 2012. The Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast-cancer charity on Friday abandoned plans to deny funding to Planned Parenthood. The startling decision came after three days of virulent criticism that resounded across the Internet, jeopardizing Komen's iconic image. (AP Photo/The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, David Kent)
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    Posted: 2/3/2012 7:20:46 AM EST
    FILE - In a Tuesday Aug. 10 2010 file photo, Georgia gubernatorial candidate Karen Handel waves to supporters during an election-night party in Atlanta in her runoff with former Congressman Nathan Deal for the Republican nomination. According to a source with direct knowledge of decision-making at Komen headquarters in Dallas, a driving force behind Susan G. Komen for the Cure's decision this week to cut breast-screening grants to Planned Parenthood was Handel, who was hired by Komen last year as vice president for public policy after losing a campaign for governor in Georgia in which she stressed her anti-abortion views and frequently denouced Planned Parenthood. Komen's founder and CEO Nancy Brinker, in an interview with MSNBC, denied that, saying Handel didn't have a signifcant roll. (AP Photo/John Bazemore, File)
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    Posted: 2/1/2012 7:10:47 AM EST
    In this Tuesday, March 8, 2011 file photo, Planned Parenthood supporter Peg Paulson of Carmel, Ind., left, and opponent Heather Pruett of Indianapolis argue during a rally at the Indiana Statehouse on the South Lawn in Indianapolis in response to an Indiana House bill which would end funding to Planned Parenthood because it provides abortions. The nation's leading breast-cancer charity, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, is halting its partnerships with Planned Parenthood affiliates in 2012 - creating a bitter rift, linked to the abortion debate, between two iconic organizations that have assisted millions of women. Planned Parenthood says the cutoff, primarily affecting grants for breast exams, results from Komen bowing to pressure from anti-abortion activists. Komen says the key reason is that Planned Parenthood is under investigation in Congress - a probe launched by a conservative Republican who was urged to act by anti-abortion groups. (AP Photo/The Indianapolis Star, Alan Petersime)