Doesn't matter - it's the shameless political exploitation that is the problem. The foundation is withholding funds because PP is under Congressional investigation. Instead of PP proponents saying, "we'll be vindicated", they start screaming from the rooftops that if you don't support PP, you want women to be sick.
PP isn't entitled to a dime of the foundation's money, and if the foundation decided to put its dollars elsewhere, another outfit not named PP would provide all the same services that PP provides... and maybe more.
PP just wants to use the "bundling" argument for political gain. No more, no less.
I don't partcularly care about the services Planned Parenthood offers as they related to Planned Parenthood, because these services are offered by tons of other organizations. It's not as though women have Planned Parenthood or no option at all. Ridiculous. But that's the false scenario that pro-choice advocates try to pull over the public's eyes.
Guess what, it's not working.