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Planned Parenthood Breaks Law, Blames State
The Administrative Hearing Commission wrapped up its hearings yesterday regarding the licensing of the St. Louis Planned Parenthood. The spectacle created by those who support abortion is shameful.

Planned Parenthood has lost their license due to their incompetence, and for no other reason. The blame for the deficiencies and infractions at the Planned Parenthood abortion site in St. Louis can be laid specifically and only on those who operate that abortion facility. Women’s lives were put at risk and the law was broken at the St. Louis Planned Parenthood. No one and no healthcare facility is above the law.

Continue reading statement from MRL.
DHSS responds to reports it tracked women’s menstrual cycles as part of Planned Parenthood investigation

Link - The Department of Health and Senior Services has pushed back against reports of its director tracking the menstrual cycles of Planned Parenthood patients.
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Hearing wraps up to determine whether Missouri’s lone abortion clinic will lose its license

Link - Administrative Hearing Commissioner Sreenivasa Rao Dandamudi wrapped up a hearing Thursday to determine whether the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services [DHSS] may revoke the license of Planned Parenthood’s St. Louis clinic, the state’s lone remaining abortion clinic. 
Planned Parenthood Trashes Missouri Health Department to Cover Up Injuring Women in Abortions

Link - Concerns about patient safety are at the heart of Missouri’s decision to revoke the license of the St. Louis Planned Parenthood, health officials said Tuesday during a hearing about the licensing dispute.
Biden Denied Communion at South Carolina Church Owing to Stance on Abortion

Link - Former vice president Joe Biden was denied communion by a Catholic priest in South Carolina on Sunday because of his public stance on abortion.
National Right to Life praises introduction of Down Syndrome Discrimination by Abortion Prohibition Act

Link - Senator Jim Inhofe (R-Oklahoma) and Congressman Ron Estes (R-Kansas) introduced the Down Syndrome Discrimination by Abortion Prohibition Act.
Federal court blocks Alabama law that criminalized most abortions

Link - A federal judge issued a ruling Tuesday blocking an Alabama law that would make abortion a felony in nearly all situations, regardless of the stage of the pregnancy.
Cory Booker Gets Something Wrong and Right about Abortion

Link - God works even through a politician’s tweets.
Nature: Bioethics Is Obsolete

Link - Nature — perhaps the world’s most prestigious science journal — has published a long, and I must say surprising, piece concluding that at least with regard to biotechnology, bioethics is obsolete.
World Medical Association Opposes Euthanasia, Supports Medical Conscience

Link - After much pressure to go cowardly neutral on legalizing euthanasia, like a few other weak-kneed medical associations have, the World Medical Association has joined the AMA and reaffirmed its strong opposition to doctors killing patients.
Pro-Life Around the State
November 9 - Jefferson City - Missouri Right to Life Statewide Leadership Meeting at Pleus Hall, 1206 E McCarty, 65101. We will have a presentation and education materials about the “Abortion Pill Reversal” process. Also, Jim Cole will be doing a presentation on the Initiative Petitions. 

We will also have updates on court cases, St. Louis Planned Parenthood licensing, 2020 legislative session and results of the Nov. 5 special elections from our PAC Chairman, Dave Plemmons. All are welcome!

November 17 - St. Louis - 2019 Adoption Mass, 10 a.m. at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis.
We are your pro-life voice in Jefferson City! Help us save babies and end abortion with a generous donation to Missouri Right to Life today.

Thank you for your continued support!

 

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