Teri Huyck, president and chief executive officer of Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, said in the statement the health and safety of its patients is Planned Parenthood’s top priority, and it will continue to assess security measures.
“Planned Parenthood has strong security measures in place to ensure that our health centers are safe, supportive, welcoming environments for all people accessing the high-quality health care they need,” Huyck said….
Pro-Life Wisconsin condemned the Colorado shooting in a blog post Monday.
In the post, state director Dan Miller said Pro-Life Wisconsin is categorically opposed to murder, and dignity of human life should be upheld at all stages of life — but that does not change the organization’s stance on abortion.
“Abortion destroys peace and creates a culture of violence and disrespect for human life,” Miller said.
Madison— The State of Wisconsin has provided $750,000 in loans — and nearly $2 million more in tax credits for investors — to benefit a Madison biotech firm using tissue derived from aborted fetuses, practices that are being closely scrutinized by conservative lawmakers and GOP Gov. Scott Walker.
This video also reveals the fungible nature of money and how businesses can manage their money. The notion that the taxpayers can fund Planned Parenthood and NOT also fund abortions is laughably naive. After all, it’s all just a matter of line items.
During a recent interview with Laura Ingraham, Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker did a complete reversal on abortion, telling Ingraham that he doesn’t believe the final decision on whether a woman should have an abortion should be between the woman and her doctor.
Via “Wisconsin Abortion Ban Would Allow Father To Sue For Emotional Distress” @ Althouse.
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Via Scott Walker Says He’d Sign 20-Week Abortion Bill Without Rape or Incest Exceptions @ Bloomberg Politics.