"This isn't about reducing federal spending," said Planned Parenthood of Southwestern Oregon CEO Cynthia Pappas.
"It isn't about reducing the deficit, it is really an ideological attack on women's health care."
Future federal funding for Planned Parenthood
is in limbo after the U.S. House of Representatives
voted last week to cut close to $400 millions from the program.
says the cuts wouldn't save money in the long run.
"If people go without this kind of preventative health care, it costs more money," said Pappas
says Planned Parenthood
is working every angle they can to let people know how important this funding is.