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Wednesday STOPP Report - November 07, 2018

Unfortunately, we had a typical mid-term election

By Jim Sedlak

It’s the day after Election Day and political pundits are going to spin the results of this election every which way but loose. There is going to be detailed analysis of what went right and what went wrong. But, the fact is, this was a very normal outcome for a mid-term election and, if anything, the numbers actually aren’t as bad as they could be.

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Fighting Planned Parenthood funding in the states

The main focus of much of the pro-life movement over the last decade has been ending federal funding of Planned Parenthood. Ever since 2007, when Mike Pence (then a member of Congress, now vice president of the United States) introduced the first-ever amendment to a spending bill that sought to keep all money in that bill away from Planned Parenthood, by name, ending federal funding of PP has been seen as possible. During the Obama years, President Obama was inexplicably in love with Planned Parenthood and even threatened to close down the entire federal government rather than take a dime away from the organization.

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Planned Parenthood loses amendment fights in Alabama and West Virginia

In addition to the numerous candidates for Congress and other offices, there were two amendments that Planned Parenthood actively fought against in this week’s election; they lost both fights.

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PP closing in Wilkes-Barre

Planned Parenthood has its tentacles all across the United States and is always trying to get something for nothing. It recently got the city of Austin, Texas, to rent it clinic space for the next 20 years at a cost to Planned Parenthood of $1 a year. Local pro-lifers are outraged.

Planned Parenthood, however, has run into trouble in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.

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