Bill to Shift Funds Away From Planned Parenthood Passes Committee; next hurdle: full Senate vote

April 26, 2017 | 1 comment | Posted in abortion, pro-life | Tags:

SB300, legislation led by State Senator John Eichelberger, passed out of the Senate Finance Committee today by a 7-5 vote.

SB300 would prioritize current taxpayer dollars to first be directed to the many community health centers that offer better comprehensive women’s health care than Planned Parenthood, an abortion business that does not provide any prenatal care at any Pennsylvania location yet continues to receive millions in taxpayer funding ever year.

Here’s the committee roll call on SB300:

TAKE ACTION – YES on SB300:

1) Please speak with your State Senator about the need to support SB300. If your State Senator was on this committee and voted yes to SB300, please thank them for their support. To send an email, use our Citizen Action Center here: tinyurl.com/SupportSB300

2) For more about the extreme practices of Planned Parenthood in Pennsylvania – including the lack of any prenatal care – get your free copy of our statewide report at pafamily.org/extreme.

One Comment

Cindi

I cannot believe anyone would vote against a bill that gives money to any health
center that actually cares for women, their health and their child with comprehensive
health care. Of course my state senator voted against it. He must get a kick back from
PP.

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