Planned Parenthood

Pro-Life Investigators Found Guilty in Lawsuit After Filming Planned Parenthood Execs Discussing Sale of Fetal Body Parts

“a dangerous precedent for citizen journalism and First Amendment civil rights across the country, sending a message that speaking truth and facts to criticize the powerful is no longer protected by our institutions” - National Review

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Abortionist Testifies at Fetal Parts Hearing: ‘Some of These Fetuses were Live Births’

“‘There’s no question in my mind that at least some of these fetuses were live births,’ Smith said when asked whether the controversial, more aggressive abortion procedure Planned Parenthood executives described could result in the delivery of a live infant.” - National Review

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Planned Parenthood opts out of Title X funding program in order to continue its abortion business

"After a court of appeals ruled in favor a Trump administration policy barring federal funding for clinics that offer abortion referrals, Planned Parenthood announced on Monday it will withdraw from a government program that offers low-income women reproductive healthcare." - Christianity Today

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Planned Parenthood stumbles because it knows what people really think of abortion

"Only 18% believe abortion should be permitted in all cases, while just 22% believe it should be permitted in some cases. On the other side, only 9% believe it should be illegal in all cases, and almost half, 45%, believe abortion should be illegal in most cases with some exceptions." - Washington Examiner

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That didn't take long: ACLU and Planned Parenthood file lawsuit against Alabama abortion ban

"It is one of the most restrictive abortion bans as it criminalizes 'any person to intentionally perform or attempt to perform an abortion' at any stage of pregnancy with only exceptions for averting death or 'serious health risks.' The governor signed it, despite admitting that it may be 'unenforceable' and that she wishes for the act to be challenged by a Supreme Court decision." - Jurist

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