Pro-lifers see prayers answered over lost lease

Monday, June 17, 2019
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Chris Woodward (OneNewsNow.com)

Planned Parenthood buildingPlanned Parenthood is looking for a new location in Arkansas, which a pro-life activist calls an answered prayer.

The landlord who owns the Fayetteville building where Planned Parenthood is located is not renewing the lease, which expires later this summer, says

Jerry Cox of the Family Council in Arkansas.

Cox

"There have been a lot of faithful people who have prayed for years that something like this would happen,” says Cox, “that we would see abortion decline in Arkansas and abortion providers shut down."

Planned Parenthood has two abortion facilities in Arkansas, one of them the Fayetteville operation.

Cox tells OneNewsNow the abortion giant performs chemical abortions at the Fayetteville clinic.

In the entire state, about 70 percent are performed by Planned Parenthood.

"So they do provide a very large number of the abortions that are performed in the state ever year,” he says. “And I think that just underscores what a big victory this is."

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