What do you think about the Republican effort to defund Planned Parenthood?

Republicans are now trying to kill the Affordable Care Act, a law passed in 2010 with bipartisan support, with a plan that would end federal funding for Planned Parenthood and force the group to close its clinics across the country.

Republicans have already failed to pass the legislation and Democrats have pledged to block it in the Senate.

Now the Republican Senate has sent the bill to the House, where it will likely face an uphill battle, according to a Politico report.

The Senate passed the bill in May, and it has gained enough support to pass on a party-line vote, but Republicans have failed to take up it in a vote in the House.

A number of GOP lawmakers have expressed frustration that the bill is moving so slowly, and they are now pushing to eliminate funding for the group.

Republican Senator Mike Lee of Utah has been one of the most vocal opponents of the bill.

He said in a statement that he was “disappointed” in the “rushed and incomplete” House bill and he said that he would be “working with colleagues to bring this to a vote on a floor vote.”

Lee said in the statement that the House bill would “put millions of women and men at risk by putting Planned Parenthood out of business, defunding vital family planning services, and forcing millions of American families to rely on government health care subsidies and Medicaid for their health care.”

The House passed the Planned Parenthood bill last month, and the House passed its version of the Republican health care bill last week, according of the Congressional Budget Office.

It would defund Planned Pregnancy Centers and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), and require Planned Parenthood to close two facilities.

But the bill does not defund Planned Women’s Health Network, which provides women’s health services and referrals to abortion clinics.

Planned Parenthood has said that it will continue to offer services.

In the Senate, Republicans are trying to repeal the Affordable Health Care Act with a new bill.

The bill would give states the option of rejecting federal funding and making it up to the states, rather than to the federal government, and would allow states to impose a 30-week waiting period on Medicaid recipients who do not have health insurance or a high deductible.

The GOP plan would allow the states to refuse Medicaid patients with pre-existing conditions or high medical bills to receive federal health insurance.

Republicans also have proposed a proposal to repeal a requirement that insurers cover abortion services, which would allow some women to get care at no cost, according the Associated Press.

The AP also reported that the legislation would allow insurance companies to charge higher premiums for abortion services.

“It would be a good idea for Republicans to focus on defunding Planned Parenthood, not repealing it,” Sarah Kliff, a vice president at Americans United for Life, told the AP.

The National Right to Life Committee has also been working on a similar proposal, according an official who spoke on condition of anonymity because the group did not disclose the details.