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Family-Planning Grants

A D.C. Circuit panel dismissed as moot an appeal over changes to federal family-planning grants that prioritized abstinence over contraception, since the Trump administration dropped the changes while the case was being briefed.

WASHINGTON – The D.C. Circuit dismissed as moot an appeal over changes to federal family-planning grants that prioritized abstinence over contraception, since the Trump administration dropped the changes while the case was being briefed.

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