Wednesday STOPP Report - November 06, 2019
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West Texas--Planned Parenthood Direct

Planned Parenthood was driven out of West Texas a number of years ago and it desperately wants to get those customers back. A couple of years ago, Planned Parenthood announced that it received $9 million in donations that it would use to open two new abortion centers in West Texas. It opened one in El Paso in 2018, but the location of the second one has not, yet, been announced.

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Judge in civil trial of Baby Body Parts undercover team is clearly biased

As I write this, the civil trial of the founders of the Center for Medical Progress and the undercover journalists is now in its sixth week and will most likely go to the jury next week. In this particular case, Planned Parenthood is trying to get the defendants to be ordered to pay possibly millions of dollars in damages and lawyers’ fees it says it incurred because of the videos. 

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Virginia elections

Over the years, Virginia has become an increasingly important state in the abortion battle. Many national pro-life groups are headquartered in the state. In addition, you may recall that, after Governor Cuomo in New York celebrated passing the most outrageous abortion bill in the nation, the Virginia legislature, with the obvious support of Governor Northam, tried its best to pass a law that matched, and some say, exceeded New York’s license to kill babies even after being delivered alive. A post-birth abortion—as some described it.

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Marian Blue Wave Update

In our October 9 issue of the Wednesday STOPP Report, we brought you news of a new effort by American Life League to close all Planned Parenthood facilities in the United States and to end abortion in this country—the Marian Blue Wave.

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