Numerous Planned Parenthood closures not missed

Tuesday, May 30, 2017
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Planned Parenthood buildingEvidence continues to mount proving that the Trump administration was right about his decision to defund abortion giant Planned Parenthood.

President Donald Trump has submitted his proposed $4.1 trillion budget to the United States Congress, part of which denies federal funds to organizations that provide abortions – including Planned Parenthood. It calls for sending those dollars to the more than 10,000 federally qualified medical centers located across the country that do not provide abortions.

As a recognized expert on Planned Parenthood, Jim Sedlak of the American Life League told OneNewsNow that women living in poverty actually do not miss the abortion clinics – evidence that was provided last week by the nation's largest abortion provider:

“Planned Parenthood announced that it's going to be closing it's only remaining facility in Wyoming, and they themselves identified three additional health centers in Casper, Wyoming, that could take their clients,” Sedlak informed.

All seven Planned Parenthoods closed in El Paso, Texas, as well as all 19 in the Texas Panhandle, but no woman's health needs have gone unmet.

“These qualified health centers provide a wide range of services – a lot more women services than Planned Parenthood does – and so they're able to cover not only what Planned Parenthood does, but they're able to cover a huge range of services, including providing primary care … which Planned Parenthood does not do,” Sedlak explained.

The massive abortion business has closed down more than 300 clinics in the past two decades and has provided fewer health services – while increasing abortion.

Sedlak questions why federal tax dollars should continue to be sent to a failing organization.


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