Pro-lifers file annual report on Planned Parenthood

Wednesday, December 30, 2015
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Planned Parenthood buildingA report by a pro-life group has some good news about abortion giant Planned Parenthood. 

American Life League's annual report shows Planned Parenthood has closed more locations than it has opened.

But there's bad news, too, says spokesman Jim Sedlak, which is that Planned Parenthood increased the number of clinics performing abortions from 337 to 353.

"It means now that way more than half of their facilities commit abortions, either surgical abortions or medical abortions," he tells OneNewsNow.

The number of surgical abortion facilities went down while there was a surge of medical abortion facilities. That is attributed to abortion drug RU-486, meaning Planned Parenthood is becoming the leader in medical abortions in the United States.

Yet people in various states are getting serious though about closing down Planned Parenthood abortuaries, says Sedlak, noting that clinics closed this year in California, Michigan and Wisconsin.

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