Family planning could save more than $1B

Spending on contraception campaigns often have a big return on investment and could save taxpayers more than $1 billion if used properly, according to a new study by the Brookings Institution. Among the study's biggest findings: an investment of $235 million on family planning within the Medicaid program could return $1.32 billion in savings. Study

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