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By Tony Perkins, FRC, December 16, 2019

Tony Perkins’s Washington Update is written with the aid of FRC senior writers.

The last thing Planned Parenthood needs is more access to kids. So imagine parents’ reaction when they found out that the abortion group isn’t just visiting schools—it’s moving in! Thanks to a forced donation from taxpayers, Planned Parenthood is about to open 50 clinics inside Los Angeles schools, the biggest public education takeover of its kind. And maybe, the most controversial.

These “wellbeing centers,” as schools are calling them, are all part of a new model Planned Parenthood is hoping to replicate in other cities. And it’s easy to see why. With help from local districts, the abortion lobby doesn’t have to wait for teenagers to come to them. They can go directly to students—without parents ever finding out. For Planned Parenthood, who’s desperately trying to scrounge up new business, this is a dream come true. With the bottom falling out of the abortion market, these clinics can be the in-house pushers of early sex. Then, when the birth control they provide fails (as research shows it does), those same teenagers will magically translate into the next wave of abortion customers.

It’s genius, really. For Planned Parenthood, it’s a down payment on future business—with the bulk of the actual payment made by a city that doesn’t realize it’s been had. Los Angeles leaders think the $10 million they’re dumping into these centers will help them lower STDs and unexpected pregnancies. What they’re about to find out is that once you subsidize Planned Parenthood’s message of “sex and more of it,” the problems skyrocket. “We want to support their general well-being,” the city’s director of public health insisted. ….

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