Planned Parenthood and other abortionists long have tried to enact policies that allow school girls to be transported from classes to their clinics without their parents’ knowledge.
Now, that seems quaint compared to a new $6 million program in Los Angeles County over three years that will make Planned Parenthood services available inside public schools.
The program will provide a full range of birth control options, pregnancy counseling, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections.
Catherine Glenn Foster, president of Americans United for Life, said Planned Parenthood “does not belong in our schools.”
“That Planned Parenthood, America’s deadliest nonprofit, will now be operating in 50 Los Angeles schools should outrage both parents and teachers,” she said. “Planned Parenthood continues to target younger and younger girls, posing as a health services organization despite their power and profit flowing from abortion.”
She said no one “can trust that Planned Parenthood will provide unbiased or medically sound support to students.”