Planned Parenthood made history this Thursday after announcing its endorsement of Hillary Clinton. This is a first in the nonprofit's 100-year history, having never before endorsed a presidential primary candidate.
The monumental moment comes at a particularly significant time in light of the House's approval on Wednesday of a bill that would dismantle parts of the Affordable Care Act and effectively block federal funding for Planned Parenthood. Unsurprisingly, this legislation has been supported by several Republican presidential candidates.
Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards said in a statement following the endorsement, "Everything Planned Parenthood has believed in and fought for over the past 100 years is on the ballot."
There was also this amazing tweet:
Considering the recent attacks on Planned Parenthood -- from the shooting in November to the four arsons in the last year -- this endorsement marks a make-or-break moment in defense of women's health.
Clinton has a rally scheduled for Sunday in Manchester, New Hampshire, where she will likely accept the endorsement.