Thursday, January 3, 2013

ALL Pro-Life Today: Expert testimony before school board points out folly of PP sex ed

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Thursday, January 3, 2013
Expert testimony before school board
points out folly of PP sex ed
By Rita Diller, Wednesday STOPP Report
The road to victory is paved with many battles. When articulate community members come forward to speak out against Planned Parenthood at every corner, it is a victory in the making. That was the case in Portland, Oregon, on December 3 when the school board entertained comments on the topic of Planned Parenthood's Teen Outreach Program (TOP) in the public schools. The abortion giant is using taxpayer dollars to train the teachers and provide the curriculum, which includes after-school excursions with the Planned Parenthood teachers. If you are fighting Planned Parenthood in your school, or plan to, we highly suggest listening to the testimony presented here.

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