What’s next for Obamacare? Women worried about Planned Parenthood services

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HOUSTON — Just about everyone's still reeling from the fact a reality television star just became president-elect of the United States. Well, if you want to tell the future, they say it's best to look at the past. And the past shows us it's pretty clear where the soon-to-be president stands on healthcare for all.

One major group that's biting its nails is the millions of women who rely on services from places like Planned Parenthood. Trump wants to de-fund the organization and make it virtually impossible for women to get abortions.

Putting their money where their anger is, women been sending a massive wave of donations to the women's health care organization since the 2016 election was decided. Planned Parenthood told Newsfix, "We will never back down and we will never stop fighting to ensure that Planned Parenthood patients have access to the care they need."

At this point, an assault on Planned Parenthood is all hearsay. Come January we'll all find out the truth together. Until then, our diagnosis: anxiety.

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