Friday, June 24, 2011

Life Links 6/24/11

New Hampshire joins the group of states which have defunded Planned Parenthood. This time to the tune of $1.8 million. Here's the solid reasoning.
St. Hilaire said the Planned Parenthood contract differed in that the organization directly provides abortions, it's CEO earns in excess of $250,000 a year, and most of its services and administration are located out of state in Williston, Vt.

A Michigan Planned Parenthood affiliate is suing a business which is trying to uphold a deed restriction on a building in their parking lot which was purchased by Planned Parenthood.
James Carey, a Cooley Law School professor representing the hotel owners, said that before buying their property, his clients asked the parcel be split and demanded land use be restricted by a covenant to restaurant, retail or office use. The owners last year agreed to allow the building to be used as medical offices, according to the suit.

Carey said a medical facility violates the covenant's definition of "office," as would a plastic surgery clinic. He said Planned Parenthood's political stigma will be bad for business.

"Business owners are very much on edge," Carey said.

Planned Parenthood officials said the facility may not provide abortions.
Yeah, right. More details at LifeNews including how Planned Parenthood deceptively tried to keep who they were and what they were planning a secret.

ABC affiliate WXYZ also did a story which shows the locations of the hotel and office space. That building is big. There is no way Planned Parenthood doesn't want to perform abortions there.


The House Appropriations Committee shot down an attempt to allow tax dollars to pay for abortions in Washington, D.C. Sounds like the debate was rather heated.


The Sunshine State News covers National Right to Life's convention.



A judge has ordered Greg Fultz to remove the controversial billboard which formerly named his ex-girlfriend and claimed she had an abortion.

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