Planned Parenthood Seeks another Handout in Monroe County
November 6, 2013
Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky wants another handout. Next Tuesday, the Monroe County Council will announce whether or not to grant up to $5,000 to the only organization ending unborn life in their county.
Planned Parenthood wants $5,000 from The Sophia Travis Community Service Grant Program, administered by the Monroe County Council.
Monroe County Residents, you can document your outrage over the largest abortion business in Indiana receiving a dime of county support. Here are the individuals reviewing the grant applications:
Selection Committee Members:
|Mique Van Vooren||Community Memberemail@example.com|
|John Clark||Community Memberfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Rick Dietz||County Councilemail@example.com|
|Cheryl Munson||County Councilfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ryan J. Langley||County Councilemail@example.com|
As you recognize, the problem with any money going to an organization that does abortions is that the money supports the abortion part of the business, no matter how indirectly. If Planned Parenthood receives this grant, they can free up other money to promote abortion. Furthermore, if Planned Parenthood receives dollars through this grant, it removes funding from other worthy, abortion-free organizations in the county. Here’s the list of the other 2013 applicants:
Planned Parenthood frequently requests grants. Earlier this year, Planned Parenthood requested and received funds through Bloomington’s Jack Hopkins Social Services funding program. You can read our blog about the request here.
The Council will announce awards at the November 12 meeting, so register your opinion as soon as possible.