New Report: 2020 State of Abortion in Pennsylvania

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It is outrageous that Governor Tom Wolf has made abortion and Planned Parenthood his priority during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the need for all available medical resources to be used for essential medical procedures, Wolf allowed Planned Parenthood – the state’s largest abortion business – to use medical supplies for elective abortions. Women were unable to get mammogram screenings. Cancer surgeries were postponed. But abortions – they never stopped.

Now, Governor Wolf wants to give an additional $3 million of your tax dollars to Planned Parenthood. Not on our watch

No taxpayer should be forced to fund Planned Parenthood. Any organization that directly profits from abortions and lobbies for extreme pro-abortion policies shouldn’t receive one dime of taxpayer funding.  

The purpose of this report is to inform you on Planned Parenthood’s operations in Pennsylvania and to help equip you to make your voice heard on this very important issue. Read it. Share it. Take Action.  

Key Points

1) 30,000 babies are aborted in Pennsylvania every year, with Planned Parenthood positioned to profit millions from 15,000+ of those abortions annually. Estimates show they performed over 1,700 abortions during a six-week government shutdown of all elective surgeries due to COVID-19.

2) Pennsylvania’s largest abortion-by-volume facilities in PA are failing state health inspections, including failure to report child sex abuse and failure to obtain parental consent. Sixty percent (60%) of Planned Parenthood abortion facilities in PA failed a health inspection in 2019.

3) Taxpayers should not be forced to fund an organization that directly profits from the increased sale of abortions and spends millions to lobby for pro-abortion politics.

Download the report: 2020 State of Abortion in Pennsylvania

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