According to People, Planned Parenthood had received around 20,000 donations in the name of Mike Pence, the Vice President, since the election. The reason behind many people donating, and in the name of the Vice President, is many don’t agree with his beliefs, and women care about having rights. Women and others caring about their bodies is nothing new as well, in the cases of Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey it widely speaks that state or spouses can intervene their decision. People, most conservatives, believe that Planned Parenthood’s agenda is just abortions which has called for controversy, but it is more than just abortions. Planned Parenthood should be government funded because it empowers women to be able to choose what they believe is right for them and helps people receive services at a low cost. Planned Parenthood has been around for more than 100 years and nonetheless helped women nationwide be aware.Planned Parenthood Federation of America, which was formerly known as the American Birth Control league in 1921 up until 1942. It was founded by Margaret Sanger, who became interested in birth control after becoming a medical trained nurse and would see the effects of poor women conducting illegally or self done abortions. Sanger created pamphlets or books educating women on sex, birth control, and abortions. Due to the Comstocks Act of 1873, which prohibited sending mail about sex or birth control, Margaret Sanger would defy these laws and continue publishing and informing women. Around 1915, Margaret Sanger opened the first birth control clinic in Brooklyn, the first in the United States, and later police closed down the clinic and arrested Sanger. Sanger then petitioned to “allow doctors to distribute birth-control information and to staff clinics” (McPherson). Sanger also opened the Birth Control Clinical Research Center, first of its kind to have doctors included and would serve as a model to 300 clinics by 1938. However, how is it that Sanger could sustain all the clinics and employees? To continue having support and funds for the clinics, Margaret Sanger focused on winning the support of rich sponsors and did by saying that birth control would help halt the birthrate of those that are low class or unsuitable (McPherson). She received help as well from philanthropist that would contribute to birth control (McPherson). As stated in Planned Parenthood, it was not until 1966 when Planned Parenthood of Omaha would receive federal funding that would help low income earners or poor people to receive services and information. Then, programs such as Title X, Medicare, and Medicaid would be included in giving Planned Parenthood federal funding for most services. They still received donations from individuals and private funds that would help and support the clinics. From the start, Sanger had a rough time to inform women and help them know their body, and has been thought of obscene. The reason why Planned Parenthood became so controversial was because of the abortions. In the case of Roe v. Wade, states believed they could intervene the termination of women who no longer desired to be pregnant unless it was risking the mother’s life. Jane Roe, which is the plaintiff who remained anonymous, would sue the state of Texas over the abortion laws that were placed, abortions were illegal and to get an abortion would have to be in cases of rape or incest. The ruling of the U.S Supreme Court is the laws were vague and violated the Ninth, no one is denied basic human rights (U.S. Const. Amend. IX) , and Fourteenth Amendment, no state can restrict basic rights of citizens(U.S. Const. Amend. XIV). This case would result in abortions being legal under the Ninth and Fourteenth amendment.