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« on: February 12, 2011, 11:40:39 am »

Enough! Congress investigates defunding Planned Parenthood
Oversight chair ready to pull plug over sex-trafficking exposé videos

A string of undercover videos that shows employees of the nation's largest abortion provider aiding and abetting underage sex-trafficking has prompted powerful players on Capitol Hill to call for the cash-strapped federal government to stop funding Planned Parenthood.

In the videos, members of the pro-life activist organization Live Action posed as the "managers" of 14- and 15-year-old prostitutes, even girls illegally brought into the country, and taped Planned Parenthood employees offering services, proposing ways to skirt mandatory reporting laws and helping the pimps find ways to get abortions for the girls.

Now Rep. Cliff Stearns, R-Fla., chair of the House Energy & Commerce Committee's Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, which has jurisdiction over the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – which in turn oversees federal grants to Planned Parenthood – is demanding action.

"We're going to bring Health and Human Services Secretary [Kathleen] Sebelius, put her under oath in the spring and ask her to explain what is she doing about these videos," Stearns said at a press conference yesterday. "And if she lies, then we're going to ask the attorney general to investigate her."

"Taxpayers are demanding to know how their money is being spent," Stearns continued in a statement, "and these videos answer how Planned Parenthood uses public dollars."

Members of the House have already proposed three different bills that would ensure no federal dollars fund abortions, Politico reports, and the appropriations panel has also promised to cut off a federal family planning program that Planned Parenthood relies on for grants and contracts.

Earlier this week, Rep. Mike Pence, R-Ind., stood on the House floor and pushed for one of the bills that would end federal funding of the abortion industry:

"It's heartbreaking news this morning," he said, "that Planned Parenthood of America has now been the subject of one more undercover video showing someone posing as a pimp being facilitated by employees of Planned Parenthood in how to secure secret abortions, [sexually transmitted disease] testing and contraception for child prostitutes.

"The time has come to deny all federal funding to Planned Parenthood," he continued. "Pro-life Americans and all Americans should not be forced to subsidize America's largest abortion provider."

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« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2011, 02:23:40 pm »

Historic amendment to defund Planned Parenthod passes overwhelmingly in House


In a historic vote Friday afternoon, the US House voted to strike all federal funding for the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Every year the abortion giant receives hundreds of millions of dollars in taxpayer funding.

The congressional body voted 240-185 in favor of the amendment, introduced by Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN), to the 2011 Federal Spending Bill.

Immediately after the vote Rep. Pence released a statement saying: “This afternoon’s vote is a victory for taxpayers and a victory for life. By banning federal funding to Planned Parenthood, Congress has taken a stand for millions of Americans who believe their tax dollars should not be used to subsidize the largest abortion provider in America.

“I commend my colleagues in both parties for taking a stand for taxpayers and a stand for life. I encourage my colleagues in the Senate to support this legislation and end federal funding of Planned Parenthood once and for all.”

The amendment will now go before the Senate.

The vote came after a heated debate in the House. It also comes in the wake of an explosive series of videos released by the pro-life organization Live Action, which showed Planned Parenthood staff repeatedly being willing to aid and abet the trafficking of underage “sex workers” by offering advice to an undercover investigator posing as a “pimp” on how to obtain secret abortions, contraception, and STD tests.

In a web page released right after the vote, Planned Parenthood called the legislation “the most dangerous legislative assault in our history, and it cannot go unanswered.” In an open letter to Congress that the organization is asking supporters to sign, the abortion giant says “To every member of Congress, know that we stand together today against this outrageous assault, and together we will not lose.”

Nancy Keenan, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, blasted the vote.

“The new anti-choice House leadership promised a jobs agenda and is now waging a war on contraception,” Keenan said. “This is why elections matter. In the past, we had the votes to beat attacks like this amendment, but a new wave of anti-choice politicians is voting to take away women’s access to birth control. These lawmakers are out of control, and we will hold them accountable for their actions. As the debate goes to the Senate, our members will tell senators that they must put a stop to this extreme anti-choice agenda.”

In a statement Tony Perkins of Family Research Council congratulated the House: “We commend Mike Pence and the bipartisan majority of House Members who stood with the American people in saying that enough is enough. Planned Parenthood, a scandal-plagued abortion organization, must be held accountable for abusing innocent young victims while receiving hundreds of millions in federal dollars each year.”

“The fact that Planned Parenthood not only left minor girls trapped in prostitution, but encouraged it, shows an incredible lack of humanity on their part. What goes on behind the windowless offices of Planned Parenthood, as Live Action’s videos show, is both saddening and shocking, but the fact that it has often been done with taxpayer dollars is indefensible.”

“We urge the U.S. Senate and President Obama to adopt the Pence amendment and respect the millions of Americans who oppose their hard-earned dollars going to a corrupt organization that destroys innocent human life,” concluded Perkins.

The American Center for Law and Justice also welcomed the vote, saying that it was “long overdue.” “In less than a week, the ACLJ has heard from nearly 55,000 people who urged the House to defund Planned Parenthood by signing on to a petition demanding action,” said ACLJ in a statement.

“There’s no better place to begin the budget cutting process than putting a stop to funding Planned Parenthood,” said Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the ACLJ.  “It’s stunning that Planned Parenthood receives more than $360 million dollars a year in federal taxpayer funds. According to its own filings, Planned Parenthood reported more than 330,000 abortions in 2009 alone, a number that continues to climb.  By receiving this windfall of federal funds, Planned Parenthood is able to free-up other resources enabling them to continue to promote and expand their pro-abortion agenda.  The approval of the Pence Amendment in the House is long overdue and sends a strong message - American taxpayers are no longer willing to subsidize the nation’s largest abortion provider.”

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« Reply #3 on: February 23, 2011, 06:26:51 pm »

Budget bill cutting Planned Parenthood funding heads for trouble in Senate
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WASHINGTON, D.C., February 23, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The spending bill that would defund Planned Parenthood and that was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives early Saturday morning is not likely to see the light of day in the Senate, except in a very different form, one source on Capitol Hill told LifeSiteNews.com Wednesday.

“Most likely the Senate will not take up H.R. 1,” said the source, noting that, if they do, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid would probably replace it with “a substitute bill that is entirely different from the House-passed version.” 

“Fighting for the pro-life policies will most likely happen in negotiations between the House and Senate,” the source added.

The Continuing Resolution, or H.R. 1, grabbed headlines for the inclusion of an amendment that would defund Planned Parenthood, but the news overshadowed the measure’s other momentous pro-life measures.

The measure would re-establish the Mexico City Policy, which bars foreign aid funds from going to international organizations that perform or promote abortion. President Obama had struck down the policy by Executive Order three days after his inauguration in January 2009.

It also eliminates funding for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), which American investigations have concluded is complicit in China’s coercive population control policy.

After the Bush administration investigated UNFPA-assisted Chinese regions, where forced abortion and sterilization was found to have occurred, Bush gutted funding to the UN agency. The Obama administration restored $50 million in annual aid to the UNFPA with no comment about the China allegations, and has ignored further investigations by the Population Research Institute confirming the UNFPA’s continued complicity in the maltreatment of Chinese citizens.

President Obama has promised to veto the legislation in its current form. A line-item veto is not possible, meaning that the president will be forced to either reject or accept the entire bill as agreed upon by the House and Senate.

Congress will resume battling over the bill after it returns from recess this week.
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The Obama administration directed Indiana this week to drop its ban on Planned Parenthood, which the legislature passed this spring after becoming considerably more Republican and conservative in last fall's midterm election. The Department of Health and Human Services said the state cannot legally pick and choose which agencies provide health care to people covered by the federal-state program. The warning letter cited a federal statute that directs the withholding of all Medicaid funding from a state if it violates federal law.

White House spokesman Jay Carney said this week that 19 states have gotten into disputes with the Obama administration over health care funding, and all amended their plans to keep their money. He said he expects Indiana to do the same.

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28 Pro-Life Senators Defend Indiana Against Obama Administration

A group of 28 senators sent a letter to President Obama’s Medicaid Administrator Thursday defending Indiana’s ban on federal tax dollars going to clinics that provide abortion.

The senators, led by Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), argue that Indiana’s new law is consistent with the federal Medicaid Statute. Also, the group of powerful senators defended the rights of states to manage their own Medicaid programs.

“We disagree with your narrow interpretation of Title XIX of the Social Security Act and believe this represents a significant departure from Medicaid’s longstanding practices of having the states – not the federal government – set reasonable standards for qualified providers,” reads the letter.

“Unfortunately, your decision is simply the latest example of this Administration’s alarming pattern of usurping states’ authority to manage their Medicaid programs in ways that best meet the needs of their citizens.”

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« Reply #6 on: June 10, 2011, 12:30:17 pm »

Basically, the feds are resorting to the strong-arm tactics of extortion, forcing the states to do things or the feds threaten to pull funding.

How many different times have they threatened to pull highway funding in the past? Lots of times. If the states resist, the feds just fall back to the trusty highway funds threat.

To me, that just shows how much the states have become addicted to the federal money bribes.
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Judge Blocks Indiana Law Stopping Planned Parenthood Funding By Taxpayers



A federal judge blocked an Indiana law on Friday that protects taxpayers from having to fund the Planned Parenthood abortion business with public funds via family planning programs through Medicaid. U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt in Indianapolis granted Planned Parenthood’s request for a preliminary injunction in a lawsuit filed after Republican Governor Mitch Daniels signed the law in May. “While it remains to be seen who will ultimately prevail on the merits, the court is persuaded” that Planned Parenthood demonstrated a “reasonable likelihood of success” in challenging the law, Pratt wrote in her decision.

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Are citizens that blind that they don't see the pattern? The federal government is running ripshod all over the states, and they got the fed courts backing their tyranny.

When the federal government keeps interfering with state rulings and overriding state law, I'm not sure what else to call it but tyranny. If the citizens of a given state cannot have their say by vote, then where do citizens turn? The feds have left the public with nowhere to turn legally.

Maybe they need to read this again...

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« Reply #9 on: June 30, 2011, 06:50:35 am »

Idle threat; healthcare still available for Indiana women

Planned Parenthood claims in its lawsuit against Indiana that its new law that defunds abortion-providers will be a burden on the state's poverty-stricken women who need other health services. But a recent undercover probe from Live Action shows that the abortion provider knows a number of other facilities offer the same needed services.

Live Action learned in its telephone investigation of 16 of Indiana's 28 Planned Parenthood facilities that its plea for money for the sake of impoverished women is not on target. Some 800 other facilities in Indiana provide the same Medicaid services as Planned Parenthood, and the abortion provider is aware of that.

In one call, a Planned Parenthood receptionist tells the caller she "can try going to North Shore," which is not a Planned Parenthood, "but they have the same services we have."

Another caller is advised to visit her primary doctor for "well woman exams, STD tests, and things like that."

In a third conversation, the Planned Parenthood receptionist assures the caller that her "primary care doctor should be able to" perform a well woman exam, because "that's what they're there for."

According to the abortion provider's statistics, their Indiana clinics serve less than one percent of Medicaid patients, but they do more than 50 percent of the state's abortions.

So Live Action concludes that Planned Parenthood's lawsuit is more about money than providing medical services for impoverished women. And the pro-life group suggests "the Obama administration is using unprecedented tactics to bully the state into restoring taxpayer dollars to Planned Parenthood," because the contested law actually sends taxpayer dollars to providers throughout the state that provide all of the needed services.

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Some 800 other facilities in Indiana provide the same Medicaid services as Planned Parenthood, and the abortion provider is aware of that.

And that is a MAJOR part of the budget problem; redundency in "federal assistance". The government is dumping billions into multiple agencies, all doing the same things with massive overlap and in the end many of them are nothing more than fronts for political lobbys.

800 other facilities? Is that 800 different non-profits? Surely not.
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« Reply #11 on: July 01, 2011, 08:33:02 am »

Texas yanks Planned Parenthood funding

Texas has passed a bill defunding Planned Parenthood, making it the seventh state to do so. The bill sends $47 million in tax funds to other organizations that provide medical services to poor women.

 Jonathan Saenz of Liberty Institute calls Monday's vote in Austin a "defining moment" in Texas for the pro-life movement.
 
"This legislation particularly takes away funding from groups that provide abortions and are affiliates for abortions, and it also prioritizes family-planning money in a way that it goes to organizations that provide comprehensive healthcare for women in the state of Texas, which Planned Parenthood does not do," the Institute representative says.
 
Jonathan SaenzPlanned Parenthood has sued Indiana and Kansas for passage of defunding bills in those states. Saenz says the Texas measure (S.B. 7) should withstand legal scrutiny.
 
"Well, it's unfortunate that there are frivolous lawsuits out there [but] the state of Texas has done a very good job with folks in our organization and others to make sure that we have language in place that will stand up to any challenge," the attorney explains. "And so, if Planned Parenthood and other abortion groups want to come to the state of Texas and file a frivolous lawsuit on this issue, that's up to them -- but Texas is up for the fight."
 
In passing the law, Saenz suggests elected officials are simply responding to the desire of constituents who refuse to allow their tax dollars to be used for abortion and would prefer that money be spent more responsibly.

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« Reply #12 on: July 13, 2011, 05:46:05 am »

Democrats fail to stop Gov. Christie’s defunding of Planned Parenthood


Gov. Chris Christie’s veto of funding for Planned Parenthood in the state budget will stand now that New Jersey’s Democrat senators have failed in their bid to override his veto.

The legislature has already failed several times to restore funding for the abortion provider over Christie’s veto, including an attempt to restore funding through a Medicaid expansion.

Christie vetoed more than $1.3 billion in extra spending demanded by the Democrat-controlled legislature for FY 2012, including the state family planning funds that would be available to Planned Parenthood.

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Ohio lawmakers seek to defund Planned Parenthood

 Ohio lawmakers introduced legislation Tuesday that will redirect millions in state funding away from abortion providers like Planned Parenthood to local health departments and community health centers.

Reps. Kristina Roegner (R-42nd) and Cliff Rosenberger (R-86th) have sponsored legislation in the House, and Sen. Kris Jordan (R-19th) has sponsored companion legislation in the Senate.

Mike Gonidakis, Executive Director for Ohio Right to Life, explained that the new legislation is an extension of a 2004 state law that gives local health departments priority when it comes to funds for women’s health services.

“Taxpayer funded health centers and community health centers should receive the utmost consideration from the government when distributing these limited resources,” said Gonidakis.

Ohio Right to Life pointed out that abortion numbers have increased at Planned Parenthood over the years, along with increases in its public funding. In the decade since 1998, Planned Parenthood’s funding increased from $165 million per year to $363.3 million, during which time the number of abortions performed by Planned Parenthood increased from 165,509 per year to 332,278.

The Susan B. Anthony List, which has led a public effort to defund Planned Parenthood, especially of federal Title X family planning money, is supporting the state effort.

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Governor signs Ohio late-term abortion ban

Gov. John Kasich signed into law Wednesday legislation banning abortion in most cases after the unborn child has reached the age of viability.

Kasich, a pro-life Republican, approved The Viable Infants Protection Act (HB 78), banning abortion generally after 20 weeks gestation. The law had passed both the Ohio House and Senate with bipartisan majorities.

“By signing this critical pro-life legislation, Governor Kasich demonstrated to all Ohioans that the health and welfare of birth mothers and their unborn children are of paramount importance to the state of Ohio,” stated Mike Gonidakis, Ohio Right to Life’s executive director. 

Gonidakis said Department of Health statistics showed that a 35-week-old unborn child was aborted last year in the state.

“From now on, these babies and their mothers will be protected.”

The law has no exceptions for **** or incest, but allows late-term abortion after 20 weeks gestation if the mother’s physical life is in danger or if she faces “serious risk of the substantial and irreversible impairment of a major bodily function.”

Under these circumstances, the abortionist also has to certify that he could not end the pregnancy in a way that would give the unborn child the best chance to survive without risking greater danger to the mother.

Ohio Right to Life praised the bill as the most important pro-life legislation passed by the legislature in years, saying that it contributes to a national pro-life strategy to overturn Roe v. Wade. That 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision, along with its companion case Doe v. Bolton, overturned U.S. state laws criminalizing abortion on the basis that abortion was part of an implied right to privacy protected in the US Constitution.

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« Reply #15 on: July 22, 2011, 08:09:10 am »

Texas Gov. signs bill defunding Planned Parenthood, local abortions

Texas governor and potential GOP 2012 contender Rick Perry has signed a measure defunding Planned Parenthood in the Lone Star state, making it the largest state to deprive the abortion organization of taxpayer funds.

Perry on Wednesday signed SB 7, which excludes abortion providers and their affiliates from the Medicaid Women’s Health Program, and also places Planned Parenthood at the bottom of a list of eligible recipients of family planning funds.  Lawmakers last month also drastically cut the state’s pool of such funds, from $100 million to about $38 million.

SB 7 also prevents hospital districts from using local tax funding for elective abortions, and encourages adult stem cell research by giving health officials authority to regulate adult stem cell banks.

“Texas faces unique challenges when it comes to health care delivery, and Washington’s one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t fit our needs,” said Perry.

Perry’s signature places Texas among several other states depriving Planned Parenthood of funding in its state budget this year, including Indiana, Kansas, New Jersey, and North Carolina.

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Obama admin threatens second state for defunding Planned Parenthood

New Hampshire has become the second state after Indiana to receive a strongly-worded rebuke from Obama officials for cutting off Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood.

A state health official told New Hampshire Public Radio Wednesday that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services had warned his office that New Hampshire’s defunding effort may have broken federal rules by depriving state Medicaid recipients of a qualified provider.

New Hampshire Health and Human Services Commissioner Nick Toumpas said federal officials ordered the state to fund Planned Parenthood by August 15, and said that refusal to comply could lead to sanctions in the form of withheld federal health care funds.

“The focus is, how do we achieve statewide access ... because there are a number of women who are out there right now that, beyond the family planning services, the bigger concern is that they’re not getting some of the basic health services,” Toumpas told NHPR’s The Exchange.

The rebuke is nearly identical to the administration’s attack on Indiana this year after Gov. Mitch Daniels signed a state budget depriving Planned Parenthood of Medicaid funds.

A federal judge last month blocked the defunding law from taking effect, based on the severity of Obama’s threat to withhold billions in Medicaid funds over Planned Parenthood’s $3 million portion.

Sting investigators with the pro-life group Live Action later found that Planned Parenthood’s claims as a critical Medicaid provider in Indiana were vastly inflated. Phone callers with Live Action seeking Medicaid services from Planned Parenthood’s 28 clinics during the defunded period were simply directed to one of 800 other facilities that provide the same care.

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« Reply #17 on: July 23, 2011, 07:54:39 am »

I don't know, but there appears to be some Hegelian Dialect in play.

Seriously, the same politicians in office that are calling to end abortions...they don't say one word about how aborted fetal tissues are used in vaccinations(which of course has resulted in autism in children). In a recent USSC ruling, they ruled against an autism boy who brought suit against the pharmeceuticals for the stuff they put in the vaccinations, and ALL FOUR "conservatives" voted against the measure.

And didn't Gov. Cristie in NJ recently endorse gay civil unions?(or some other homosexual agenda)
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Planned Parenthood completely defunded in Tennessee

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De-Funding Shuts Down Texas Planned Parenthood Clinic

http://www.lifenews.com/2011/11/01/de-funding-shuts-down-texas-planned-parenthood-clinic/

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Planned Parenthood Closes 12 Clinics After Texas De-Funding
Austin, TX | 11/4/11 10:25 AM

A new confirmed total of 12 Planned Parenthood facilities have been shut down in Texas since the end of the 82ndlegislative special session, which dealt the abortion industry a $64.2 million blow.

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Republicans trying to ‘turn back the clock’ by defunding Planned Parenthood: Obama

In a speech at the 2011 Annual Dinner hosted by the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC), President Obama chastised Republicans for not supporting his new jobs bill and “spending time focusing on how to turn back the clock.”

“Instead of working to boost our economy they are out there spending time trying to defund Planned Parenthood and prevent millions of women from getting basic health care that they desperately need – pap smears and breast exams,” Obama said, accusing Republicans of “trying to make the fight about social issues that stir up their base.”

Obama touted the abortifacient contraceptive mandate that is being implemented as part of his health care reform law. That mandate would require all employers, including many religious employers, to pay for all contraceptives, including “emergency” contraceptives that can cause abortions.

He decried Republican efforts to repeal the mandate, saying, “they’ve been trying to figure out how to take away preventive care that is covered under the Affordable Care Act.”

“That is not the right direction for our country,” he said.

The president concluded that Republicans are “spending their time trying to divide this country against itself, rather than coming together to lift up our country – and we don’t have to settle for that.”

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New Hampshire House Defunds Planned Parenthood

The New Hampshire House of Representatives voted 207-147 on Wednesday to pass a bill stripping state funding of Planned Parenthood and any other group performing elective abortions.

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Texas Defunds Planned Parenthood Despite Obama Admin Attacks

The state of Texas is defying attacks form the Obama administration in the form of threats to revoke federal funding if the state cuts of its funding for the Planned Parenthood abortion business.

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott and state lawmakers have directed the Texas Health and Human Services commissioner to sign a rule yesterday that officially bans Planned Parenthood and other abortion businesses from participating in the Texas’ Women’s Health Program.

In December, the Obama Administration refused to renew funding for Texas’ Women’s Health Program (WHP) because of new state rules that disqualify abortion business affiliates from participation in the program. The WHP encompasses Medicaid family planning services for low income women. The program started through authorizing legislation in 2005 and was renewed in the recent 82nd Legislative Session with new pro-life rules.

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Judge approves of Texas plan to defund Planned Parenthood

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals refused to hear Planned Parenthood’s complaint about a Texas law that bars their participation in the state’s Medicaid program on Thursday, allowing Texas to withhold state funds from the abortion provider. 

Planned Parenthood argued unsuccessfully that the law violates Medicaid patients’ constitutional rights.

The “ruling affirms yet again that in Texas the Women’s Health Program has no obligation to fund Planned Parenthood and other organizations that perform or promote abortion,” said Governor Rick Perry celebrating the decision. “In Texas we choose life, and we will immediately begin defunding all abortion affiliates to honor and uphold that choice.”

Texas has gone further than other states in its attempt to defund the abortion industry.  Most states accept federal funding for Medicaid, which covers 90 percent of expenses as long as states allow patients to choose any medical provider from their list of “qualified” professionals. Planned Parenthood is on that list.

Texas has, at least for now, assumed all health care costs for the state’s poor, forgoing federal money—and the strings that come with it. 

Thursday’s decision came soon after federal judges blocked two other states’ efforts to defund Planned Parenthood. Judges in two separate courts ruled this month that Indiana and Arizona must continue Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood despite state laws barring payments for abortions. Both states accept federal funding for Medicaid.

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While this is good news, at the same time, I really wonder what the NWO's real agendas are - I'm referring to Dr. Richard Day who once upon a time ago revealed to a group of medical doctors over the draconian future NWO plans(Day of course was Medical Director of PP), and it was MUCH MORE stuff than abortions(ie-one of them being rewriting the bible, another putting more and more $ex and violence in the media, etc).

I wish these states and judges would address these other issues PP is also behind.
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http://www.lighthousetrailsresearch.com/newsletters/2012/newsletters20121210.htm#1AA2

Planned Parenthood Mandates Abortions – Affiliates Flee

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A third affiliate of the nation’s leading abortion provider, Planned Parenthood, is leaving the organization because of a demand that all local groups provide abortions starting no later than 2013.

“Planned Parenthood of South Central New York is the latest affiliate to become independent because it won’t comply with the rule,” Marjorie Dannenfesler, president of the Susan B. Anthony List, said in a statement today.

She cited an announcement from the affiliate itself.

“This mandate will no doubt result in an increase in revenue for Planned Parenthood as well as an increase in the more than 329,000 lives the abortion chain ends in one year. Does that sound like women’s health?”

Earlier, several affiliates of Planned Parenthood in Texas abandoned the national abortion leader. Click here to continue reading.
 
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Though it really doesn't matter at this point, if it did, the states would need to stop taking federal bribe money, because that is exactly how the federal government has been using their "funding", as a bribe to force states to do the fed's bidding.

In general, states need to stop bowing to the federal level and take back their right to dictate what they do in their own states. Federal tyranny is at a all-time high.

This kind of thing is so irritating that state governments have been so duped by federal cash, they have no idea what rights states have anymore, and clearly have no idea that the whole deal has been turned around from the federal government answering to the states, to the states being federal pawns.

It's embarrassing to be an American, or for that matter, a resident of this planet!
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http://news.yahoo.com/judge-overturns-arizona-law-barring-planned-parenthood-funding-020558711.html

2/12/13

PHOENIX (Reuters) - A federal judge has overturned an Arizona law that sought to block funding through the state for Planned Parenthood's healthcare clinics because the group also performs abortions.
 
U.S. District Court Judge Neil Wake ruled that the controversial measure signed into law last May by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, a Republican, unlawfully robs individuals on Medicaid of the ability to choose healthcare services.
 
"The Arizona Act violates the freedom of choice provision of the Medicaid Act precisely because every Medicaid beneficiary has the right to select any qualified health care provider," Wake ruled in a decision released on Friday.
 
Wake had put the Arizona law on a temporary hold in October following a lawsuit by Planned Parenthood, blocking the state from cutting off Medicaid funding for family planning and health services by the organization and other groups performing abortions.
 
Medicaid, a joint program between states and the federal government, provides healthcare coverage for low-income individuals.
 
The effort to defund Planned Parenthood in Arizona was part of an orchestrated move nationwide by conservatives who oppose abortion.
 
There was no immediate comment from the governor or the state attorney general's office late on Monday.
 
Arizona does not provide tax dollars for abortion, but backers said the law was needed to make sure that no indirect money was funneled to organizations like Planned Parenthood that provide abortion and other health services.
 
Cathi Herrod, president of the conservative Center for Arizona Policy, said the ruling was "disheartening" and the group was weighing its options.
 
"Though we are disappointed, we are not defeated as this fight is far from over," Herrod said in a statement, declining to be more specific about the center's plans.
 
Bryan Howard, president and chief executive of Planned Parenthood Arizona, called the judge's decision "a victory for all Arizonans" and vital for those women who count on the organization's healthcare services.
 
"Politics should never interfere with a woman's breast exam or birth control," Howard said in a statement. "It is wrong for the state to tell Arizonans who can be their health care provider ... Our health centers are open today and they will be open tomorrow."
 
Planned Parenthood officials said the organization provides thousands of women in the state with healthcare services. Only 3 percent of those services are abortions.
 
Lawmakers in more than a dozen states have taken steps to cut off funding for Planned Parenthood in the last few years, prompting several lawsuits.
 
Planned Parenthood is the country's largest provider of abortions, conducting about one-fourth of those procedures performed in the United States. In 2011, Republicans unsuccessfully tried to end federal funding for the group.
 
(Reporting by David Schwartz; Editing by Tim Gaynor and Eric Beech)
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No it's not. There are those like myself that do not want to be paying our tax dollars against our will to fund murder. Angry
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So we're seeing PP going against Mr. Gun Control Michael Bloomberg? Roll Eyes

Planned Parenthood trashes NYC’s ‘Cost of Teen Pregnancy’ PSAs

3/6/13
Planned Parenthood denounced a new ad campaign aimed at sexually active teens, unveiled by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg this week, for shaming current and expectant teen parents and their children.
 
“The latest NYC ad campaign creates stigma, hostility and negative public opinions about teen pregnancy and parenthood rather than offering alternative aspirations for young people,” Haydee Morales, vice president of education and training at Planned Parenthood's New York office, said in a statement released on Wednesday. “The city’s money would be better spent helping teens access health care, birth control and high-quality sexual and reproductive health education, not an ad campaign intended to create shock value.”
 
The "Cost of Teen Pregnancy" campaign—displayed in subways and bus shelters citywide—includes images of concerned toddlers with messages for their teen parents.
 
"Honestly Mom," one poster reads, "chances are he won't stay with you. What happens to me?"
 
"Dad, you'll be paying to support me for the next 20 years," reads another, noting that New York state law requires a parent to pay child support until a child is 21.
 
The public service announcements also instruct teens to text "'NOTNOW' to 877877 for the real cost of teen pregnancy."
 
[Related: NYC rolls out 'Cost of Teen Pregnancy' PSAs]
 
"This campaign makes very clear to young people that there’s a lot at stake when it comes to deciding to raise a child,” Bloomberg said in his weekly radio address on Sunday.
 
The effort, he said, will "let thousands of young New Yorkers know that waiting to become a parent could be the best decision they ever make.”
 
According to the health department, the city's teen pregnancy rate has fallen 27 percent in the past decade. But Morales said stigmatizing teens who have already become parents "has not been a part of what has led to this success."
 
In 2011, the city quietly rolled out a controversial pilot program that allowed teens access to the contraceptive drug Plan B—the so-called "morning after pill"—in some of its public schools without parental consent. (Parents could choose to exclude their children from access.) In 2012, officials expanded the program to 13 schools with hopes of implementing it citywide.
 
That program—dubbed CATCH, or "Connecting Adolescents To Comprehensive Health"—is supported by Planned Parenthood.
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