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In the wake of the U.S. Congress’ inaction on defunding Planned Parenthood prior to the congressional summer recess, states continue to take matters into their own hands in cutting financial assistance to the abortion giant. On Thursday, Alabama became the third U.S. state in a week to withdraw funding from local branches of Planned Parenthood.


Thousands of Americans have participated in rallies across the nation to urge their state and federal lawmakers to investigate and defund Planned Parenthood in the aftermath of the release of a series of recent gruesome videos showing the abortion provider’s practice of harvesting the body parts of aborted babies for sale to biomedical companies.


Alabama governor Robert Bentley wrote to the head of Planned Parenthood Southeast on August 6, informing her that his state’s Medicaid agency is terminating is existing agreements with the Planned Parenthood affiliate.


A statement from the governor said that the “deplorable practices at Planned Parenthood have been exposed to Americans, and I have decided to stop any association with the organization in Alabama,” an expression he extended to his followers on Twitter.



Doing what the GOP "leadership" won't.

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