1. Uproar

    Democrats Cry Foul in Ohio

    COLUMBUS, OH - MARCH 08:  Protestors and union supporters gather as Ohio Gov. John Kasich delivers the State of the State address at Ohio Statehouse on March 8, 2011 in Columbus, Ohio. Now within the fourth week of protests, thousands are expected to turn out to demonstrate the Republicans who are pushing union reforms and a bill limiting collective bargaining rights for public sector workers.  (Photo by Mike Munden/Getty Images)

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    Democrats were up in arms Wednesday night in the state of Ohio as they claim that the Republican party there has made a move to block funding for Planned Parenthood in that state. State Sen. Nina Turner took to the steps of the state capitol to claim that language used in a budget-review bill is an effort to cut off “poor urban and rural areas” from accessing Planned Parenthood. But the bill’s author disagrees, countering that the language doesn’t mention Planned Parenthood, but instead funnels federal dollars to stand-alone, local agencies. 

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