Steve Skojec at Catholicvote.org writes:
The Planned Parenthood website (no, I’m not going to link to it) proudly proclaims: “For nearly 100 years, we’ve worked to improve women’s health and safety, prevent unintended pregnancies, and advance the right and ability of individuals and families to make informed and responsible choices.”
If we were to set what we know about Planned Parenthood aside and simply evaluate their claims at face value, it would be reasonable to expect that in proximity to any given Planned Parenthood facility, measurable health statistics like teen pregnancy rates would go down.
Because they work to “prevent unintended pregnancies,” right?
Not so much.
In Texas, a study was conducted to find the answers to this very question. And in what will come as a surprise to virtually no one reading this, it was revealed that the only time when teen pregnancy rates went down was when Planned Parenthood either decreased their activities, or completely closed up shop and left town. ...More HERE
And Illinois Family Institute's Monte Larrick filed the following video report on Bubble Zones legislation before the U.S. Supreme Court: