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Planned Parenthood Breaks Ground in Baton Rouge

Despite opposition from anti-abortion and conservative politicians, Planned Parenthood is still building a new $4.2 million facility in Baton Rouge. The clinic will be located in a district that boasts a hefty African-American female population — one mostly impacted by STDs and HIV, reported NOLA.com. The facility is expected to open in late 2014, early 2015. 


(Photo: Courtesy Planned Parenthood)

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