Twenty attorneys general are joining Planned Parenthood groups in Wisconsin and three other states in their suit against the Trump administration.  They are challenging rule changes which they say will reduce access to family planning services for women.  In court Tuesday, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said the president is playing politics with patients when his rule changes shift federal family planning funds to organizations which stress abstinence.  About 260-million dollars in federal funding is at the core of the struggle.