The project leader of the pro-life group that exposed Planned Parenthood’s alleged profiting from the sale of aborted baby body parts says new evidence suggests the abortion chain and its partners may have lied to Congress about their revenues from the sales.
The FBI is reviewing referrals of the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center (UNM HSC) and an abortion clinic for investigation over allegations of violations of state and federal laws pertaining to the treatment of aborted babies.
WikiLeaks’ release of emails from the account of Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta reveals campaign director of communications Jennifer Palmieri speaking with vice chairwoman Huma Abedin and other campaign staffers about Planned Parenthood’s decision not to follow through with a visit by Clinton to one of its clinics the day before CEO Cecile Richards was to testify before Congress about allegations of selling the body parts of aborted babies.
A special House panel charged with investigating Planned Parenthood and other abortion facilities that may be involved in harvesting the body parts of aborted babies has subpoenaed StemExpress and two other organizations in New Mexico that have been withholding information.
In response to the indictment by a Harris County, Texas Grand Jury of pro-life journalists for actions they took in exposing Planned Parenthood’s apparent practice of selling the body parts of aborted babies, national pro-life leaders are coming to the
The Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence tells Glamour Magazine in a new interview that she was horrified about the shooting by a deranged man at a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood that left three people dead – which she called an “attack on women” – because she relied on the abortion business to obtain birth control and condoms as a teenager.
Taxpayer-funded Planned Parenthood affiliates were among the 24 nonprofits devoting more than half their total spending to influence elections between 2008 and 2013, in an apparent violation of tax rules, says a new report.
The nation’s largest abortion provider Planned Parenthood announced in a tweet Wednesday that it is working with militant LGBT groups to promote sex-related curricula in schools. The groups want all students to get instructions on the lifestyles of “lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth.”
“Today we have a clear message for every politician who has threatened access to reproductive health care,” executive vice president of Planned Parenthood Action Fund (PPAF) Dawn Laguens said in a statement announcing the “I Vote Planned Parenthood Action” campaign. “You’re about to be in for a very rude awakening.”
Students for Life of America is running an ad that sends a message that Planned Parenthood betrays women. The ad began Wednesday and will run for one week, looping every hour daily from 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. at the intersection of 1500 Broadway and 43rd St. in the heart of Times Square.
The six pro-abortion Democrats chosen by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to serve as members of a select panel investigating Planned Parenthood’s activities have received thousands of dollars in contributions from the nation’s largest abortion provider, setting the investigation up for an ethics conflict from its start.
A Florida pro-life group is urging Gov. Rick Scott (R) to live up to his own pro-life credentials by eliminating Planned Parenthood federal funding in the state and redirecting those funds to qualified health centers.
Pro-life Republican Gov. Doug Ducey’s administration in Arizona has dropped Planned Parenthood from the list of organizations eligible to receive donations from state workers during the state government’s charitable campaign.
In the 11th video released by Center for Medical Progress, a Planned Parenthood abortionist in Texas admits she alters the position of the baby during an abortion in order to be able to harvest an intact head for human organ procurement.
House Speaker John Boehner announced Friday the names of the Republican members of the House who have been appointed to the newly created Select Investigative Panel, which will address the recent Planned Parenthood scandal as exposed in a series of undercover videos.
Agents from the Texas Office of the Inspector General arrived Thursday morning unannounced at Planned Parenthood clinics in Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio, seeking documents related to allegations of Medicaid fraud.
Controversial GOP Rep. Renée Ellmers is sending a flyer to her constituents, touting her vote for curbs on late-term abortions, even though she led a group that persuaded the House leadership to yank a pro-life bill from the House floor in January.
A statement released by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s (R) office notes that, in keeping with the governor’s LIFE initiative to increase protections for unborn children and block the sale of baby body parts, the state’s Office of Inspector General at Texas Health and Human Services Commission issued a letter terminating Medicaid funds for Planned Parenthood in the state. Presidential contender Ted Cruz is cheering the decision.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski is one of four Republican senators whose votes will be key in the defunding of Planned Parenthood that is included in the House budget package. The measure is expected to be voted on under the rules of reconciliation, a budgetary process whereby no filibuster in the Senate is permitted, but Republicans will need the required 51 votes to approve the package.
Pro-life leaders are concerned that lawmakers aren’t serious about eliminating funding for Planned Parenthood. The worries come as a “panel” has been created to study Planned Parenthood’s activities, this one headed by Rep. Marsha Blackburn, also considered to be a potential candidate for House Speaker. According to The Hill, Blackburn said, “Our investigation has raised many more questions than we’ve been able to find answers. We need to have a national conversation about these practices. This is a discussion we cannot shy away from.”
National pro-life leaders were quick to respond with distrust to Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards’s statement Tuesday that her abortion business would no longer accept payments for the body parts of aborted babies.
In a letter that asserts “patently false claims” are being waged against her abortion business to promote an “extreme political agenda,” Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards says that her organization will stop accepting payments for the organs of unborn babies.