Planned Parenthoods merge in Pennsylvania due to funding cuts
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On July 1, Planned Parenthood of Northeast and Mid-Penn swallowed Planned Parenthood Association of Bucks County in a merger, following the abortion giant’s business model of consolidating affiliates in order to centralize governance and control costs. The non-creative name for the new entity is Planned Parenthood of Northeast, Mid-Penn, and Bucks County. A cut in federal Title X funding was cited, as well as cuts in state funding.

According to a news story from Lancaster Online, the affiliate gets 42 percent of its funding from government sources.

It recently closed its downtown State College office, saying the lease was up and it didn’t have enough customers to justify staying open. It intends to continue operating 13 facilities, while adding “volunteer ‘partnership councils’ to augment its sexuality education programs.”

It is always good news when Planned Parenthood facilities are forced to merge. Continual on-site prayer, defunding, and building a solid wall of resistance to Planned Parenthood will bring the abortion giant down.