Marks Nine Planned Parenthood facility shut downs in PA since 2013.

FACT: Planned Parenthood’s facility coverage in Pennsylvania has dropped 25% since 2013 and yet in their latest reporting year taxpayer funding increased by 15%.

Since the 2016 election season completed, of which Planned Parenthood spent a whopping $30 million+ on pro-abortion candidates, Planned Parenthood has announced three clinic closings in Pennsylvania. That now makes ten Planned Parenthood closings since 2013.

Planned Parenthood, the state’s largest abortion business, just announced they are shutting down facilities in Chambersburg and Gettysburg, along with their Scranton facility closing on December 1st.

Looking into their political spending this year, Planned Parenthood bought a $1.3 million ad buy against Senator Pat Toomey. It’s reported they spent $30 million in various states, including Pennsylvania, to turn out voters for the presidential contest and various U.S. Senate races. They also mailed hundreds of thousands of fliers pushing pro-abortion candidates.

These three closings now join Planned Parenthood shutdowns in Carlisle (June 2013), Collegeville (October 2013), Hanover (June 2014), Philadelphia (2016), Red Lion (2016) and St. Davids (September 2015), totaling nine shutdowns for Planned Parenthood in Pennsylvania.

In addition, based on their own public reports, they are receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars more in taxpayer funding. Comparing their latest two year summaries, they received $768,969 more in government grants – taxpayer dollars – than the previous year; marking a 15% increase.

Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion business in Pennsylvania; accounting for over half of all state abortions. They continue to receive millions in state and federal funding every year. 

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