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Fast Fact – taxpayer funding – Planned Parenthood’s Iowa experience shows why defunding makes the most sense now.
Fast Fact – teen pregnancy policy – A controversial ruling by a Christian high school denied a pregnancy student the ability to attend her graduation ceremony. Thanks to Students for Life, Maddi Runkles got her graduation ceremony after all.
Fast Fact – disability breakthrough – Miss Mikayla is the first-ever Miss Minnesota USA beauty pageant contestant who has down syndrome. Worldwide over 90% of children with down syndrome will be aborted in utero; here in the US the rate is closer to 40%. But these are healthy children with a nonlethal diagnosis. (See our coverage of the issue here and here.)
Fast Fact- new undercover video released – More horrific revelations from new undercover videos from the Center for Medical Progress. Many have not seen the latest videos nor heard the news–the latest videos released late last month have been erased from You Tube.
Fast Fact – Planned Parenthood – The abortion business’ Annual Report reveals fewer services and more abortions. World magazine notes:
According to its report, Planned Parenthood saw a 100,000 drop in the number of people its affiliates saw in 2015, down from 2.5 million in 2014. That’s significantly lower than the 3 million people served in 2005, the year before current president Cecile Richards took over. But since 2005, Planned Parenthood’s revenue increased by $451 million to nearly $1.4 billion in 2015. In that same time period, its revenue from tax dollars jumped by $249 million to nearly $555 million. The report also shows Planned Parenthood’s total contraception services fell from the previous year by 136,244. Breast exams fell by 42,103; pregnancy tests fell by 93,153; and prenatal services fell by 8,000—cut nearly in half. The total abortion number, meanwhile, grew by 4,349.