Amount in federal funding to Planned Parenthood that would be cut by a provision in the Republicans' Affordable Care Act repeal bill that bars payments to the reproductive health care provider from Medicaid, the public health insurance program for the poor: $390 million

Percent of Planned Parenthood's patients who access care through Medicaid and/or the Title X family planning program: 60

Number of patients nationwide Planned Parenthood sees in a typical year: 2.5 million

Number of people for whom it provides birth control annually: 2 million

Number of sexually transmitted disease tests and treatments it provides: more than 4 million

Percent of Planned Parenthood's patients who are African-American: 15

Who are Latino: 23

Who have incomes at or below 150 percent of the federal poverty level: 75

Percent of Planned Parenthood health centers serving "health professional shortage areas, rural or medically underserved areas": 54

Rank of the South among U.S. regions with the highest rate of chlamydia: 1

Of gonorrhea: 1

Of syphilis: 1

Of HIV: 1

Of unintended pregnancy: 1

Of poverty: 1

Number of people diagnosed with HIV during an epidemic that broke out in rural Scott County, Indiana, after the Planned Parenthood clinic — the only local provider to offer free testing — was forced to close due to funding cuts: 181

After Texas defunded Planned Parenthood in 2011, percent decline in women on Medicaid using the most effective forms of birth control: 35

Factor by which the maternal mortality rate in Texas increased between 2010 and 2012, to levels not seen in other states: 2

Percent of voters who oppose the GOP proposal to defund Planned Parenthood: 75

Of the three Republican House members who voted against the GOP's Affordable Care Act repeal plan in a key committee vote held this week, number who represent Southern states: 3*

* Reps. Dave Brat of Virginia, Gary Palmer of Alabama and Mark Sanford of South Carolina

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