Dr. Mila Means asserts in the documents that she is not performing abortions at the site and does not presently intend to do so. Means said she is seeking alternative office space for her medical practice. She also agreed to give Foliage Development 30-days notice if she later decides to perform abortions, so that a hearing on a temporary injunction could be held.
The development company filed a lawsuit earlier this month arguing that performing abortions at the multi-tenant office building would be a disruption and nuisance to other tenants and create an unsafe environment. Following the agreement with Means, Sedgwick County District Judge Douglas Roth dissolved a temporary restraining order and cancelled a hearing for a temporary injunction that had been scheduled for Tuesday. All court proceedings in the case were stayed for six months.
Numerous local news outlets covered the Valentine's Day protests at Planned Parenthood.
The Kansas City Star's Mary Sanchez provides some really convoluted thinking in her attempt to defend Planned Parenthood. She even admits that she's "conveniently discounting the fact that (Planned Parenthood) provides abortions" and then provides no defense for this convenient discounting despite her claims that she "oppose(s) abortion." After discussing Live Action's New Jersey sting, she also exposes her laziness,
It’s potent stuff, yet the video is also very obviously edited. Planned Parenthood subsequently fired an employee...There's also unedited versions of the videos but I doubt Mary ever took the time to go to Live Action's web site because it would be too much work to do some basic research for your column.