In a last ditch effort to stay open, Planned Parenthood sues Ohio for passing prolife laws effectively defunding the government funded abortion giant. Planned Parenthood is forcing taxpayers to pay for abortion and the litigation costs.

Proabort attorney Jennifer Branch is representing Planned Parenthood with another frivolous lawsuit, trying force the venue to KEEPLIFELEGALbe in Hamilton County. Obviously this so-called ‘attorney’ wants to be near her home and force the Director of Ohio Department of Health to go to Cincinnati, assuming this pathetic attempt of a lawsuit is going to court. Ms. Branch has forgotten that she named Planned Parenthood of Great Ohio which keeps her side show in Columbus.

If Planned Parenthood was really about protecting all women, the abortion giant would consider that not all women want their so-called services, nor pay for them. See the ‘complaint’ here.

Their attorneys still use the tired excuse of ‘equal protection’ but fail to see that Planned Parenthood is in direct of violation of that theory. Forcing taxpayers to pay for their agenda makes this null and void.

If Planned Parenthood ever had any credibility, it was lost to the videos which proved the abortion giant sells aborted baby parts for profit. Since these videos became public, Planned Parenthood has done everything it can to stay in business.

Every day, 60 unborn Ohioans are aborted…and about half of them by Planned Parenthood.


EXPOSING THE ABORTION AGENDA FROM THE PULPIT, ON THE SIDEWALK, THE MEDIA & IN THE STATEHOUSE. KeepLifeLegal advocates for unborn life on the sidewalks of abortion facilities, the steps of the Statehouse, and the Church with prayer, community outreach, and real LIFE supporting options. 

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