TX ban on abortion funding reinstated (OneNewsNow.com).
On Monday U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel ordered a Texas to resume paying planned parenthood while the challenge to its law defunding abortion providers is being considered in federal court. The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals promptly stayed Yeakel’s order, and the policy will resume. This cuts $17 million in funding to Planned Parenthood, while the case is being decided.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure Halts Partnership With Planned Parenthood | TheBlaze.com.
Over 680,000 dollars last year flowed from Susan G Komen foundation to various planned parenthood affiliates. The funding will be stopped until the congressional investigation of planned parenthood obtains a result exonerating that organization of the charges of concealing sex abuse of minors.
The actual underlying decision by Komen probably has more to do with loss of contributions because of their longstanding tie with planned parenthood. It has become more publicly known that planned parenthood uses only the “TSA method” of breast cancer screening, not mammography or MRI.
The most in the fewest words from Smokey Bojangles, commenting at The Blaze: “Save the Ta Tas and kill the babies that feed off of them???”
Planned Parenthood staff taking furlough to save money » Evansville Courier & Press.
While the court case concerning Indiana’s new law defunding abortion clinics is decided, Indiana planned parenthood is closing its clinics for a day, and stopping services to its 9300 Medicaid patients.
There is no expectation for the supporters of planned parenthood to make up the 1.3 million dollar per year shortfall to allow free care for the underprivileged.
Things are not the same for this organization as it is for the pro-life crisis pregnancy care centers.