It’s like Christmas in March. The state of Virginia voted this week to cut Planned Parenthood’s funding.
This amendment is not intended to save money,” complained an opinion piece in the Commonwealth Times. “It is a way for lawmakers to get around Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court case that made abortions legal in the
, without directly confronting the constitutionality of the decision. United States
Bingo. And we could all learn from that.
(In Canada, Planned Parenthood receives government funding too. Read about their profit margin in the States, here. They make enough money without government grants.)
Update, March 19: No Christmas in March after all. The Senate overturned the legislature’s removal of funding for Planned Parenthood. Read about it here.by