Planned Parenthood Opening New Abortion Facility in Milwaukee
This article originally appeared in this issue of the WSR: 2017-10-11

Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin just announced it will open a new baby-killing center at 435 South Water Street in Milwaukee, WI, this week.

This center will replace medical services currently performed by Planned Parenthood at 302 N. Jackson Street. Once the new clinic opens, PP will continue doing administrative tasks at its Jackson Street facility.

It appears that this new Planned Parenthood facility was built using the same subterfuge Planned Parenthood has used for years to get into specific locations. According to a BizTimes 2016 news story, the property was purchased that year by Dallas firm BOCATOLI LLC, who announced plans to build a new 11,845-square-foot medical office building on the property. At the time, Dallas-based Options Design Architects submitted plans with the city’s Department of Neighborhood Services for the medical office building. According to the city, the building met all existing zoning requirements and therefore received approval to be built. No mention of Planned Parenthood was made in the 2016 building approval process.

As is happening with many new and upgraded Planned Parenthood facilities across the country, Planned Parenthood describes this as a state-of-the-art facility that will, in addition to other services, commit surgical, medical, and chemical abortions.

FOX6NOW TV reported that Tanya Atkinson, the recently named president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, described the new killing center as “an inclusive space reflective of the dignity our patients deserve.” Nothing like having your life snuffed out in an inclusive, dignified space!

The following people heaped praise on Planned Parenthood for opening a new killing center: City of Milwaukee commissioner of health Bevan Baker, Senator LaTonya Johnson (D-Milwaukee), and Senate Democratic leader Jennifer Shilling (D-La Crosse).  

STOPP has learned that Tanya Atkinson will make an appearance later this month at a luncheon in Milwaukee:

Friday, October 27
11 am: Registration and social hour
12-1:30 pm: Lunch and program
The Italian Community Center
Milwaukee, WI

Perhaps some of our readers might want to attend the event and/or be outside to greet Tanya and let her know what you think of the new PP killing center in a city that used to be “A Great Place on a Great Lake.”