Wednesday STOPP Report - March 20, 2019

Internal problems at Planned Parenthood

By Jim Sedlak

Planned Parenthood has a number of internal problems that it doesn’t talk about in public. But, behind the scenes, when PP executives from various affiliates get together, the discussion will frequently revolve around three internal issues that affect all affiliates to a greater or lesser degree. Those three problems are volunteers, communications and management styles.

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Maryland taking the pro-Planned Parenthood lead

Maryland (named for Queen Mary, wife of King Charles I of England) was never considered a “pro-life” state. It has a history of backing pro-abortion initiatives and political candidates. It has been thrown into the forefront of pro-abortion matters recently when the Health Commissioner of Baltimore, Dr. Leana Wen, was named as the newest president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Health officials celebrated her new position.

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Is anyone really listening to Dr. Wen?

Dr. Leana Wen seems to speak for effect. The more we follow her interviews and Twitter comments, the more it becomes clear that most of her public statements are designed to create a specific reaction.

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New Texas bill targeting Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood has major problems in the nation’s second largest state. Texas has gone to great lengths to take state taxpayer money away from the nation’s largest abortion chain. The state has even gone so far as to refuse money from federal programs that insist it must fund Planned Parenthood and have, instead, created state-funded programs where they can control who is eligible for the money.

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