February 15, 2016

PP trying more abortions to offset losses

According to the numbers ALL vice president Jim Sedlak provided for OneNewsNow, Planned Parenthood closed many more clinics in 2015 than it opened.

“Planned Parenthood opened ten new facilities and closed 33 of their existing facilities,” Sedlak tells OneNewsNow.”They are now down to 645 clinics around the country. That is 293 less than there were in 1995.”

Now, Planned Parenthood is trying to increase medical abortions, RU486 and the like, because it costs less to set up facilities for those purposes — as opposed to surgical abortion clinics.

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