New Planned Parenthood CEO Worried about Regressing

June 6, 2017

Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky named its new president and CEO. Christie Gillespie, a former United Way Vice President, replaces outgoing CEO Betty Cockrum.

 

Gillespie said this to WFYI:

“Reproductive health is a top conversation right now, there’s a lot of debate and I think there are real possibilities that we may regress.”

 

We’re not really sure what Gillespie means by “regress.” Perhaps abortion numbers will continue to decline in Indiana? Maybe more women will choose life? More will find health care at places that offer a wider range of services? Is that really “regressing?”

 

Friends, you can rest assured that we will continue to closely monitor Planned Parenthood. After all, Planned Parenthood is Indiana’s biggest abortion business, aborting around 5,000 Hoosier babies each year.

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