The Senate voted down a bill Monday that would take away more than $500 million in federal funding from Planned Parenthood after activists published a series of 'sting' videos targeting the group. The Senate voted 53-46, falling seven votes short of the 60 needed to pass the bill. It wasn't the first effort to take funding away from Planned Parenthood, which operates around 700 health clinics that treat 2.7 million patients a year.
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