Wednesday STOPP Report - February 12, 2020

Planned Parenthood resumes abortions in Kentucky

By Jim Sedlak

Back in 2016, Matt Bevin, pro-life governor of Kentucky, ordered Planned Parenthood to stop doing abortions at its facility in Louisville. Planned Parenthood Indiana and Kentucky (PPINK) filed a lawsuit, but Bevin denied the organization a license to do abortions.

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Planned Parenthood and Valentine's Day

This coming Friday the nation celebrates Valentine’s Day. Every year, Planned Parenthood uses this day, and the week in which it falls, to push its philosophy of “sex for pleasure” for everyone—even for teens.

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Daleiden and Planned Parenthood

There are a number of court proceedings going on in California that involve Planned Parenthood and people associated with the Center of Medical Progress (CMP). Although different cases involve different people, David Daleiden is a defendant in all of them. Recently, the National Catholic Register did a story on what is happening. The following are some excerpts from that story (you can read the full article here).

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STOPP turns 35 this year

It was on January 27, 1985, that Planned Parenthood of Dutchess and Ulster counties (NY) announced in the Poughkeepsie Journal that it was having a fundraising campaign to renovate a building that had been donated to it. The announcement included the fact that it would do “surgical procedures” in the new building.

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