“Vermonters should be concerned that an organization that has yet to denounce its eugenic past is expanding its reach in our state once again,” Beerworth said.
Planned Parenthood of Greater New York condemned its founder Margaret Sanger for her “harmful connections to the eugenics movement” and vowed to remove her name from their building, according to the group’s statement released Tuesday.
“The answer to violence is not more violence,” Dr. Alveda King, the pro-life niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., told Heather Sheppard of the Light Radio during an interview Wednesday.
Conservatives ripped into Roberts on Monday following news of the abortion decision. Turning Point USA Founder Charlie Kirk called the chief justice “a disgrace” while former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee condemned Roberts as “an empty black robe.”
The United States Supreme Court ruled Monday that a pro-life law violates the rights of both women and abortion providers in Louisiana.
“This is literally a life and death election,” said Acting President of Planned Parenthood Alexis McGill Johnson ahead of the announcement. “We felt like we can’t endure another four years of Trump; we have to do everything we can to get him out of office.”
For the abortion industry and the pro-life movement alike, this season of pandemic and recovery is a critical moment to show where each group really stands. With the series of lawsuits and the push for “telebortions,” the abortion industry has shown itself to be primarily concerned with preserving its bottom line.
After a while, the big stories ignored by Vermont media and elected officials pile up so high that anyone with eyes can see them. Unless, of course, they are studiously looking in the other direction. Here are five.
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.”