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Planned Parenthood Action Fund released a video titled "Yes We Plan" on Tuesday, inspired by Will.i.am's 2008 Obama video "Yes We Can," urging voters to protect women's health issues by re-electing President Obama. Featuring celebrities Julianne Moore, Mary J. Blige and Q-Tip, the video mimics the original with people in the video repeating Obama's speeches -- except this time words about health care and reproductive issues. The words "plan to vote" appear on the screen at the end of the video.
"Millions of women rely on Planned Parenthood for their basic health care," Julianne Moore said in a statement provided by Planned Parenthood Action Fund. "And it is up to us—to every woman across the country — to support the only presidential candidate who gets this."
"When I was a teenager, I don’t know where we would have gone, if Planned Parenthood wasn’t there. Not just for me, for my mother, my sisters, my friends. They’re about preventive care,” Mary J. Blige said in a statement. “As a woman — even as a teenager — where would we be if Planned Parenthood wasn’t there for us?”