Thirty-seven Planned Parenthood affiliates nationwide have applied for and received $80 million in Small Business Administration (SBA) loan funding from the Paycheck Protection Program.
In separate actions, Vermont Daily, Vermont Right to Life and gubernatorial candidate John Klar have plunked down cash to pay the Vermont Attorney General’s Office for public records dealing with Planned Parenthood.
The Trump administration has acted to ensure that no funds from the new Paycheck Protection Program, set up to assist small businesses battered by COVID-19, will go to Planned Parenthood.
Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said abortion during the coronavirus pandemic is “life sustaining.” Though Whitmer is allowing abortions, she has also put restrictions on Michigan residents “buying and planting seeds to grow food.”
“The priority of Planned Parenthood health centers is ensuring that every person can access essential health care while conserving needed resources,” said Planned Parenthood acting president and CEO Alexis McGill-Johnson in a statement.
Students for Life has requested access to Los Angeles public schools to counteract the rhetoric and statistics students learn about abortion rights through behemoth organizations such as Planned Parenthood. It’s about time.
2020 presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders released a reproductive health care plan Saturday that promises to ban state regulations of abortion as the Supreme Court hears a case pertaining to the same issue.
The legislation at the center of Wednesday’s Supreme Court case was originally introduced by a black, pro-life, Democratic female state senator who says the legislation will “make sure women are protected.”
Laws only work if they codify cultural practices that have widespread acceptance. We are nowhere near that in our society, and the legislature’s all-or-nothing approach to abortion is only driving our citizens apart.
Hundreds of Vermont Right-to-Life supporters filled the floor and galleries of the Hall of the Vermont House of Representatives at the annual Rally for Life Saturday.
Medical experts have believed that unborn babies cannot feel pain before 24 weeks, the Daily Mail reports, but two medical researchers told the publication that recent studies show that babies may feel “something like pain” at as early as 13 weeks.