Birth-control program at risk

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Birth-control program at risk

Without grant, Legislature must approve $5M in funding
Greta Klingler, center in green, of the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment’s Family Planning Unit, spoke last week about the importance of funding a birth-control program for long-acting reversible contraceptives during an open house at San Juan Basin Health Department. Dr. Larry Wolk, right, executive director and chief medical officer for CDPHE, also addressed the crowd of about 200.

Birth-control program at risk

Greta Klingler, center in green, of the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment’s Family Planning Unit, spoke last week about the importance of funding a birth-control program for long-acting reversible contraceptives during an open house at San Juan Basin Health Department. Dr. Larry Wolk, right, executive director and chief medical officer for CDPHE, also addressed the crowd of about 200.
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