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Citizen Link - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 16:34
Please join CitizenLink with these crucial prayers:

Summer 2014

  • Pray that God will bless and direct the CitizenLink team as we identify, educate and mobilize pro-family voters between now and Election Day.
  • Pray for CitizenLink President Tom Minnery, as he travels throughout the United States to build partnerships and share his passion for the mission to which God has called us.
  • Please pray for all of the state marriage amendments currently in effect, as each has been challenged in court. Pray for the legal teams defending these voter-enacted amendments and for God’s design for marriage to be protected across our country.
  • Please pray for wisdom for the pro-life conservatives who are defending a prolife bill in Alaska. The legislature there recently passed a law narrowly defining “medically necessary” abortions, but it’s now being challenged by Planned Parenthood in court.

Spring 2014

  • That pro-family Americans will keep faithfully fighting for family values, despite the strong opposition they’re up against.
  • For the Family Policy Councils we hope to partner with in the important elections just ahead.
  • That God would be honored in all that we do.

Winter 2014

  • CitizenLink’s state group in Tennessee, Family Action Council of Tennessee, is promoting the passage of a law that will protect the religious liberty rights of college students studying in counseling-related fields. Please pray as they actively begin working on this for the 2014 legislative session.
  • Pray along with CitizenLink’s Colorado state affiliate, Colorado Family Institute, that Christian legislators will use God’s wisdom as they promote religious liberty, articulate the value of traditional marriage, defend human life and work for a state education policy that stands for truth.
  • Please pray God will bless the CitizenLink team as we host a key panel discussion at the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C., March 6-8. The panel “Can Social Conservatives and Libertarians Ever Get Along?” was previewed at a regional CPAC conference last September and received a standing ovation!

Fall 2013

  • Pray that voters in Pennsylvania will contact their state representative and senator to oppose a bill that threatens religious freedom. Pray also for CitizenLink’s state group, Pennsylvania Family Institute (PAFamily.org), as they work to protect religious freedom.
  • Thank the Lord for pro-life victories in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Iowa, North Carolina, North Dakota, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin — as well as religious freedom legislation in Kansas, Kentucky, Idaho, Tennessee and Virginia. Pray that Arkansas’ followup effort in 2014 to safeguard religious liberty will prevail.
  • Lift up your U.S. senators, asking God to guide them toward advancing biblical and family values. To find out who your elected officials are, go to citizenlink.com, click on “Get Involved” in the top navigation bar, then click on “Find Your Elected Officials.”
  • Pray for CitizenLink’s state groups — that they will be able to mobilize values voters in the 2014 elections, and continue to represent the voices
  • of pro-family Americans. For a complete list of our state groups, go to citizenlink.com/state-groups.
  • As President Obama enters his sixth year of service in January 2014, pray that his decisions will be wise and fruitful for America.

 

Family Expert: Study Claiming Children of Same-Sex Couples Have ‘Better Health’ Problematic, Unreliable

Citizen Link - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 16:24

A study from the University of Melbourne in Australia claims that children of same-sex parents have above-average measures of health and well-being. Glenn Stanton, Focus on the Family’s director of Family Formation Studies, said the parent-reported findings are unreliable. It also failed to make a comparison to children being raised by their married biological mom and dad.

Stanton debates and lectures extensively on marriage, parenting and sexuality. He is the author of five books and a contributor to nine others, including “Marriage on Trial: The Case Against Same-Sex Marriage and Parenting,” which was featured on C-SPAN BookTV.

He talked to CitizenLink about the study.

CitizenLink: The authors of the study admit it has significant methodology problems. And we’ve seen those same problems in other studies with similar findings.

Glenn Stanton: That’s right. The study uses a very small non-representative sample, just 500 children. It’s called a convenience sample, meaning they used the most convenient sample collection available, by advertising in gay communities, publications, etc., and interested people signed up for it. The parents participating in the study knew they were signing up for and participating in a study on the well-being of same-sex families. The information was collected via self-reports from the parent on the well-being of their child. As a result, the authors here fail to appreciate that these same-sex parents have strong reason to be more positive in their self-reporting in significant ways, relative to the comparison sample of heterosexual parents whose data came from general nonpartisan public health surveys. That’s not a small point.

CL: The study claims that children from same-sex homes do better than children who grow up in heterosexual homes, but you contend this doesn’t really tell us much of anything.

GS: The study compared kids from two-mom and two-dad homes (only 18 percent were from dad/dad homes) with kids from heterosexual homes. There is no explanation whatsoever of which kinds of homes these comparison group kids were from, which again is a problem with nearly every such study. Are they all married mother/father families? They were not. How many were cohabiting, single, divorced, remarried step-families, etc.? There are significant differences in wellbeing here. The authors do not say and never address this question as important, which is an incredible oversight. So, the study essentially finds that kids growing up in same-sex homes look like kids that grow up in some kinds of heterosexual homes. That’s not a surprising finding.

But how do they compare to children growing up with their own married mothers and fathers? This study has no way of telling us one way or the other, and it didn’t even try. On top of that, no one has ever contended that children with same-sex parents do worse than children from any of the various kinds of heterosexual homes. The key question is how do children in same sex homes compare w/ children being raised by their own married mother and father? This is what is being proposed, that there are no differences between these two family forms. But this study is silent on this question; therefore, rather disproves a thesis that no one is making.

CL: There are also problems with the size of the samples used.

GS: The study contains drastic contrasts in their hetero- and same-sex parenting samples. The same-sex parented-kids study is a non-representative sample of 500 children. The two comparison groups from hetero-homes had randomly selected samples of 5,335 and 5,025 children. The same-sex population sample had parents with dramatically higher incomes and education status than the general population. Four hundred six out of the 500 had household incomes of $60,000-$250,000 or higher compared to the average $64,000 annual household income of the more representative heterosexual sample group. At least 384 homes out of the 500 same-sex children sample had undergraduate degrees or above, 232 had postgraduate degrees. The same numbers for the general population ARE not even comparable. And the study doesn’t specify age at first parenthood, but if it’s similar to other such studies, the same-sex parents generally have their first child in their early- to mid-thirties.

Each of these mean that the measurements for the kids from same-sex homes have characteristics that strongly favor more positive outcomes compared to the heterosexual comparison sample, i.e. more selective, smaller sampling, dramatically higher household income and parental education status, and later age, maturity and life-stability at age of first child. These are far from anything close to equal measurements.

CL: The study says that kids from same-sex households do better, but it also claims they suffer serious harm due to the social stigma associated with their family. Why is that significant?

GS: While they don’t make this connection, nor do any of the mainstream journalists reporting on the study, it would appear that if this stigma were erased, these kids would be the new super kids, doing far better than all other kids. So which is it? Are same-sex homes triumphant or victims? It’s hard to sustain being both. And it would follow reasonably from these studies and the uncritical political trumpeting of them that we could actually be limiting children’s well-being by giving them heterosexual parents. A definite overreach.

This study completely avoided the real question on the table: Do kids in same-sex homes do as well as kids with married mothers and fathers? By design, this study was not interested in that question and didn’t even address it, making it essentially useless, because this very question is what the whole debate is about.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
View and download Focus’ resource “Teach Your Children About Marriage.”

Read “Family Expert: It’s a Human Right for Every Child to Have a Mother and Father.”

Learn more about the study “Parent-reported measures of child health and wellbeing in same-sex parent families: a cross-sectional survey.”

 

Legal Group Challenges New Hampshire Anti-Speech Law

Citizen Link - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 15:46

On the heels of a ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court, a Christian legal group has filed suit against a New Hampshire buffer zone law set to go into effect Thursday. The law requires a 25-foot zone around abortion facilities where no one may speak or stand.

“New Hampshire has created an expansive anti-speech zone that cannot survive constitutional scrutiny,” said Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) attorney Michael J. Tierney. “There is no constitutional ground for creating speech-restricted zones on public ways and sidewalks.”

In June, the high court unanimously struck down a similar law in Massachusetts. In his lead opinion, Chief Justice John Roberts said those standing outside abortion clinics are not protestors, but “seek only to inform women of various alternatives and to provide help in pursuing them. They believe that they can accomplish this objective only through personal, caring, consensual conversations.”

All nine justices agreed that the law should be struck down.

And just last week, the city of Madison, Wis., suspended a law that created hundreds of anti-speech “bubbles” in the city. They were placed around the entrances of every place in the city where a nurse of physician provides medical services. Mayor Michael May said the high court decision played a key role in halting the ordinance.

“Americans have the freedom to talk to whomever they please on public sidewalks,” said Matt Bowman, ADF senior legal counsel. “The Supreme Court recently affirmed this vital freedom, which has been an essential part of American life since the nation’s founding. New Hampshire’s law suffers from the same unconstitutional problems as the one the Supreme Court struck down.”

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Read the complaint in Reddy v. Foster.

Read ADF’s brief filed in the case.

Read “U.S. Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Pro-Lifers, Free Speech.”

Read “Wisconsin City Reverses Anti-Speech Ordinance.”

Pennsylvania: Five Things Worth Considering About the Hobby Lobby/ Conestoga Decision

Citizen Link - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 13:39

CitizenLink is proud to work with the Pennsylvania Family Institute and other family policy organizations across the country to stand for marriage, life and religious freedom. Learn more about the one in your state.

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on June 30 that families can run businesses based on Christian principles.

In a 5-4 decision, the court said the federal government cannot force Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties to offer potential abortion-inducing drugs in employee health plans.

Our friends at Pennsylvania Family Institute underscores five important facts about the decision:

1. Hobby Lobby DOES provide contraceptive care for women.

The Green family provides 16 of the 20 FDA-approved forms of contraceptive care. Their family’s religious conscience only objects to 4 drugs and devices which they believe terminate a life. Employees remain free to make their own personal decisions; family businesses are simply asking not to participate in those decisions.

2. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act was passed by Congress with only 3 dissenting votes.

RFRA was passed in 1993 with sweeping bipartisan support and was signed into law by President Bill Clinton. Although critics have made accusations of judicial activism regarding this SCOTUS decision, that is plainly not accurate here. The decision was honoring to the text and spirit of RFRA, which arose out of a public acknowledgement that Americans must be free to live and work while guided by their religious convictions.

3. Corporations can NOT opt out of just any law that violates their religious beliefs (as Justice Ginsburg claims).

The SCOTUS decision provides an appropriate balance of protection for the free-exercise of religion and the interests of the government. It is not a license for any Joe Schmo to duck out of a government regulation. As RFRA states, religious freedom for families and individuals must be protected, except when there is no better way to achieve a “compelling government interest.” As Justice Alito noted, “the decision is concerned solely with the contraceptive mandate and other coverage requirements, such as immunizations, may be supported by different interests and arguments”. Whether contraceptive care is a compelling government interest is a question SCOTUS left for another day—but they did determine other solutions that do not burden the consciences of families.

4. The court confirmed reality: Business owners significantly shape and influence their own corporations.

Corporations are not value-neutral zones. When business owners feel strongly about protecting the environment, they strive to align their business model with sustainable practices. “Corporations, ‘separate and apart from’ the human beings who own, run, and are employed by them, cannot do anything at all.” (Justice Alito) These cases are about families who own and operate successful businesses—not some faceless entity. “When rights, whether constitutional or statutory, are extended to corporations, the purpose is to protect the rights of these people.” (Justice Alito) There’s no reason why family businesses should give up their religious beliefs when they go into business to create jobs and serve others.

5. The freedom to make personal healthcare choices is upheld for ALL Americans!

In a free and diverse society we respect the freedom to live out our convictions. This SCOTUS decision has preserved the freedom for women to make their own personal decisions about contraceptive care, just as it has preserved the freedom for religious adherents to be uninvolved in the healthcare choices of others. Neither women nor religious adherents are forced to become second-class citizens. All Americans, including family business owners, are free to live and work according to their beliefs.

by Julie Blattenberger and Elijah Coryell

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Learn more about the PennsylvaniaFamily Institute.

 

Dr. Gregory Jantz Launches New Website and Brand Promise of 'Creating Hope & Possibility'

Christian Newswire - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 12:02
Contact: Beth Chapman, Dr. Jantz Media Representative, 816-835-0306, [email protected] EDMONDS, Wash., July 8, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- Dr. Gregory Jantz, Founder of The Center -- A Place of HOPE, best-selling author of 28 books and noted international speaker on behavioral psychology and healthcare, announced today from Hong Kong the launch of his new website www.drgregoryjantz.com. He also unveiled a new logo with his brand promise, "Creating Hope & Possibility." "I am ve Source: The Center, A Place of Hope

Dr. Gregory Jantz Launches New Website and Brand Promise of 'Creating Hope & Possibility'

Christian Newswire - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 12:02
Contact: Beth Chapman, Dr. Jantz Media Representative, 816-835-0306, [email protected] EDMONDS, Wash., July 8, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- Dr. Gregory Jantz, Founder of The Center -- A Place of HOPE, best-selling author of 28 books and noted international speaker on behavioral psychology and healthcare, announced today from Hong Kong the launch of his new website www.drgregoryjantz.com. He also unveiled a new logo with his brand promise, "Creating Hope & Possibility." "I am ve Source: The Center, A Place of Hope

Unknown Actor to Play Lead in 'David and Goliath' Movie

Christian Newswire - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 08:05
Contacts: Carol Edwards, Ripple Effect Communications, 310-860-7592, [email protected]     MEDIA ADVISORY, July 8, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- An unknown actor was casted to play the lead in the much-anticipated movie, "David and Goliath."   The casting directors casted in Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, and London to find the right actor to play David. Over 4,000 actors submitted to play the role.   "We wanted to find the director, Tim Chey, a phenom Source: Ripple Effect Communications

Unknown Actor to Play Lead in 'David and Goliath' Movie

Christian Newswire - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 08:05
Contacts: Carol Edwards, Ripple Effect Communications, 310-860-7592, [email protected]     MEDIA ADVISORY, July 8, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- An unknown actor was casted to play the lead in the much-anticipated movie, "David and Goliath."   The casting directors casted in Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, and London to find the right actor to play David. Over 4,000 actors submitted to play the role.   "We wanted to find the director, Tim Chey, a phenom Source: Ripple Effect Communications

Liveprayer's Keller Challenges Terror Leader al-Baghdali to Modern Day 'Mt. Carmel' Showdown

Christian Newswire - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 08:00
Contact: Rev. Bill Keller, Liveprayer.com, 727-420-7005 ST PETERSBURG, Fla., July 8, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- Rev. Bill Keller, the world's leading Internet Evangelist and the founder of Liveprayer.com with over 2.5 million subscribers worldwide reading the daily devotional he has written every morning for 15 years on the issues of the day from a biblical worldview, has sent a personal video message to ISIS terror leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4 Source: Liveprayer

Liveprayer's Keller Challenges Terror Leader al-Baghdali to Modern Day 'Mt. Carmel' Showdown

Christian Newswire - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 08:00
Contact: Rev. Bill Keller, Liveprayer.com, 727-420-7005 ST PETERSBURG, Fla., July 8, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- Rev. Bill Keller, the world's leading Internet Evangelist and the founder of Liveprayer.com with over 2.5 million subscribers worldwide reading the daily devotional he has written every morning for 15 years on the issues of the day from a biblical worldview, has sent a personal video message to ISIS terror leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4 Source: Liveprayer

Televangelist Watchdog Group Questions Pope Francis' Decision to 'Unite' With Wealthy Televangelists

Christian Newswire - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 07:05
Contact: Pete Evans, Trinity Foundation, 214-827-2625 ext. 200 DALLAS, Texas, July 7, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- When Pope Francis sacked the German "Bishop of Bling" Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst last October for spending $43 million of church funds for his residential complex, and denounced the "idolatry of money," self-indulgence and "insidious worldliness" within the church, we were hopeful. In May, when the pope condemned "profiteers" and "climbers" and "people who follow Je Source: Trinity Foundation

Televangelist Watchdog Group Questions Pope Francis' Decision to 'Unite' With Wealthy Televangelists

Christian Newswire - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 07:05
Contact: Pete Evans, Trinity Foundation, 214-827-2625 ext. 200 DALLAS, Texas, July 7, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- When Pope Francis sacked the German "Bishop of Bling" Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst last October for spending $43 million of church funds for his residential complex, and denounced the "idolatry of money," self-indulgence and "insidious worldliness" within the church, we were hopeful. In May, when the pope condemned "profiteers" and "climbers" and "people who follow Je Source: Trinity Foundation

Liquid Church of NJ Guinness World Record Breaking Attempt: Most Hunger Relief Packages Assembled Simultaneously

Christian Newswire - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 07:00
Hundreds of Children Will Pack 1,200 Hunger Relief Packages in Less Than 3 Minutes Contact: Rich Birch, 908-312-0003, [email protected]; Kenny Jahng, 973-500-8536, [email protected] MORRISTOWN, NJ, July 8, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- Over 350 kids and volunteers will demonstrate this week that you don't need to be super hero in order to help with problems as widespread as hunger across our cities. Participants from Liquid Church's Camp Rock program will work together on Frid Source: Liquid Church

Liquid Church of NJ Guinness World Record Breaking Attempt: Most Hunger Relief Packages Assembled Simultaneously

Christian Newswire - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 07:00
Hundreds of Children Will Pack 1,200 Hunger Relief Packages in Less Than 3 Minutes Contact: Rich Birch, 908-312-0003, [email protected]; Kenny Jahng, 973-500-8536, [email protected] MORRISTOWN, NJ, July 8, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- Over 350 kids and volunteers will demonstrate this week that you don't need to be super hero in order to help with problems as widespread as hunger across our cities. Participants from Liquid Church's Camp Rock program will work together on Frid Source: Liquid Church

'The Cure for the Common Sermon' by Dr. Larry Richardson Takes a Light, Humorous Look at the Very Special World of Preaching

Christian Newswire - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 06:55
"The Cure for the Common Sermon should be required reading for church leaders, pastors, ministers, or anyone thinking about becoming a speaker at religious or indeed any event." -- Dr. Larry Richardson Contact: Cherry Hepburn, 818-783-4071, [email protected] LOS ANGELES, July 8, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- Putnam &Smith Publishing has announced a new book, The Cure for the Common Sermon, by Dr. Larry Richardson, Ph.D. in soft cover. The Cure for the Common Sermon should be Source: Putnam & Smith

'The Cure for the Common Sermon' by Dr. Larry Richardson Takes a Light, Humorous Look at the Very Special World of Preaching

Christian Newswire - Tue, 07/08/2014 - 06:55
"The Cure for the Common Sermon should be required reading for church leaders, pastors, ministers, or anyone thinking about becoming a speaker at religious or indeed any event." -- Dr. Larry Richardson Contact: Cherry Hepburn, 818-783-4071, [email protected] LOS ANGELES, July 8, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- Putnam &Smith Publishing has announced a new book, The Cure for the Common Sermon, by Dr. Larry Richardson, Ph.D. in soft cover. The Cure for the Common Sermon should be Source: Putnam & Smith

Houstonians Take a Stand Against Anti-Religious Freedom Ordinance

Citizen Link - Mon, 07/07/2014 - 16:26

A coalition of pastors and community leaders in Houston delivered more than enough referendum petitions to repeal an ordinance that forces businesses to allow men to use women’s restrooms — and vice versa. It also requires businesses to support same-sex ceremonies.

The group presented more than 50,000 signatures to the City Hall on Thursday. Council members must repeal the ordinance or let voters decide at the ballot box.

“The people of Houston declared their independence from the tyranny of Mayor Annise Parker and the City Council,” said Jonathan Saenz, president of Texas Values Action (TVA). “City leaders refused to listen before, when there was overwhelming opposition to its anti-religious liberty and LGBT special rights law.”

After passing the ordinance in May, council members received more than 110,000 email messages — in a matter of weeks, according to TVA. In addition, nearly 2,500 pastors and other concerned people participated in the “Stand with Our Women and Children Rally” in Houston.

Those who oppose the ordinance say it’s a threat to public safety.  According to the NoUnequalRight.com campaign, which spearheaded the signature drive, it places women and children in danger in business restrooms and community-pool changing rooms and locker rooms.

“This is about more than those who are dealing with gender identity issues,” the group of pastors wrote on the campaign website. “This is about making it easier for a predator to gain access to a place where women and children should have every protection possible, not more exposure, because that predator can use a city ordinance to his advantage.”

Pastor Max Miller spoke for the coalition praising the effort made to achieve this difficult threshold — in only 30 days.

“We are very pleased and humbled by the outpouring of support and tireless work from citizens all over Houston, and in particular the incredible response from churches throughout the city of every color, size and background,” he said. “Given the difficult requirements of only allowing City of Houston registered voters to collect signatures and that every petition be notarized, to acquire over 50,000 signatures in this short time is an amazing achievement by the people of this city.” 

And it happed just before a major American holiday recognizing and honoring our freedom.

“The voice of liberty and the voice of Houston will not be denied,” Saenz said, “not on Independence Day or any other day in America and Texas.”

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Learn more about Texas Values Action.

 

Colorado AG Sues Clerk Over Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

Citizen Link - Mon, 07/07/2014 - 16:20

Although same-sex marriage has not been created in Colorado, a Boulder county clerk decided to issue licenses to same-sex couples. This was even after a warning from the office of state Attorney General (AG) John Suthers.

Hillary Hall began giving out the licenses after the federal appeals court in Denver struck down Utah’s marriage amendment. The court put the ruling on hold pending a review by the U.S. Supreme Court.

Suthers filed a motion on Thursday with the Boulder County District Court seeking to stop Hall from issuing the invalid licenses.

“Regretfully, our office was forced to take action against Boulder County Clerk Hillary Hall due to her refusal to follow state law,” Suthers said in a statement. “While we would prefer not to sue a government official, Ms. Hall’s actions are creating a legal limbo for both the state and the couples whose relationships she wants to champion. That limbo could have tangible and unintended consequences.”

Some gay activists claim that one person — in this case, Suthers — can’t create a law. But this claim is entirely misleading.

State voters approved a constitutional marriage amendment in 2006. It defines the institution as a union between one woman and one man.

“This is our state Constitution, by the will of the people — the overwhelming will of the people,” said Debbie Chavez, president of the Colorado Family Institute. “Just like we would need to respect every other law in our Constitution, we need to respect this law.”

Indiana — Planned Parenthood: An Organization of Deception

Citizen Link - Mon, 07/07/2014 - 16:07

CitizenLink is proud to work with the Indiana Family Institute and other family policy organizations across the country to stand for marriage, life and religious freedom. Learn more about the one in your state.

Why is Planned Parenthood trying to deceive the public regarding Hobby Lobby SCOTUS decision?

Cecile Richards, President of Planned Parenthood, sent an email with the following statements:

Two days ago, the Supreme Court handed employers the power to deny women coverage for birth control.

It’s outrageous that we’re still fighting to have basic preventive health care covered by insurance. It’s truly dangerous that five Justices on the Supreme Court have taken decisions about birth control coverage away from women and their doctors, and handed them to bosses.

Not true. Hobby Lobby offers 16 of the 20 FDA approved contraceptives through employee health insurance currently, including birth control pills. They objected to paying for abortifacients, such as Plan B — also known as the morning-after pill — where a human life could be ended.

Furthermore, even if an organization did have religious objections to providing other forms of contraception, birth control pills are only $9 for a month’s supply. Because of Obamacare people are being denied coverage of vital and expensive medicines they need for survival.  At the very least, Planned Parenthood has its priorities mixed up.  At worst they are purposefully attempting to deceive the public.

by Ryan McCann

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Learn more about the Indiana Family Institute.

 

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