The last Planned Parenthood facility in Wyoming will close in July
There will soon be two states without a Planned Parenthood facility. The last standing Planned Parenthood location in the state of Wyoming is slated to close in July, which will make the Equality State and North Dakota the only two states not housing the abortion corporation, the Casper Star Tribune reports.
The facility opened in 1975 and sees roughly 500 clients a year. Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains‚Äô Adrienne Mansanares said.
Mansanares accidentally admits in her statement that Planned Parenthood is not necessary for women in the state because of the selection of health providers and community health centers. The Casper Star Tribune notes:
The fact that Casper had other places for women to receive comprehensive reproductive health care was a factor in the decision to close the Planned Parenthood clinic here, Mansanares said to the Casper paper....
Actually, by the look of it, though Planned Parenthood is closing its last facility in the state of Wyoming, it seems that there are independent abortion facilities still continuing in that state, not directly affiliated to PP.
I also notice that in some of the many court cases recently about abortion clinics in the US fighting against basic standards, health and safety, environmental health, hospital emergency facilities, qualifications for doctors, checking facilities, ultrasounds and waiting period times, some of the clinics involved have been independent, and not part of PP.
PP may be the biggest murderer of unborn babies in the US, but tragically there are many others, and it shows the depth of the problem.
I wish all success to governors and legislators, and their lawyers, who seek to rigorously regulate, and better still, abolish these wicked facilities, the modern temples of Molech, Chemosh, and the Baals of pagan Canaan!!!
I agree. Mechanization of agriculture and cotton would have made slavery uneconomical obsolete. 600,000 casualties from the bloodied hands of Lincoln. Also, after Lincoln, Federal Government overstepped it's authority over state's rights.
pennned wrote: the president has been reversing many things, decentralizing whereas Hillary types were taking everything state run and putting it in the hands of the feds... including our state wild lands, used for ranching, etc,
The GOP plans to restore control of more than a million acres to the people of Utah and Nevada.
In Nevada, protestors have already gathered to express disapproval over the Gold Butte monument, even as environmental-protection groups and the state‚Äôs Democratic lawmakers laud the new designation. For his part, Nevada governor Brian Sandoval lamented the fact that the president ‚Äúbypassed Congress and the public‚ÄĚ in making this decision. The state‚Äôs attorney general, Adam Laxalt, called the designation a ‚Äúunilateral land grab,‚ÄĚ saying that Obama‚Äôs decision made a ‚Äúlast-minute attempt to cement his environmental legacy by undermining local control of Nevada‚Äôs communities, and damaging our jobs and economy.‚ÄĚ
We will soon learn whether the incoming administration can completely reverse President Obama‚Äôs overreach. SOME Republican lawmakers intend to remove both this power & this land from the feds mitts.
John UK wrote: I never thought of this before, but it seems like the USA is made up of separate countries, each with their own law-making powers, but united under one president and one fbi.
that's how the enumerated powers of the Constitution began things, and how it is supposed to be run.
50 states that run their own business with a federal government (legislature, judicial, executive -president) that has certain and limited powers.
this is based off of a doctrine called doctrine of lesser magistrates that is woven right from your history.
and it is this doctrine that could reverse many of our problems through peaceful means.
....such as abortion.
the president has been reversing many things, decentralizing whereas Hillary types were taking everything state run and putting it in the hands of the feds... including our state wild lands, used for ranching, etc,
Weaver's perspective has a bias that is jarring to many
-How the US got here -
Founders spoke about "nature and nature's laws" as a way of buttressing their arguments for liberty. In using this phrase the Founders were appealing to Natural Law which applies equally to all men &women regardless of race or religion. In a pluralistic society this is more persuasive & less subject to the old baggage of Jim Crow,slavery & caste / wealth divisions
States were an attempt to protect from Federalist Leviathan eating up the little guy by the evil of democracy. ( 2 lions & a lamb voting on what to have for dinner)
States slow leviathan's advance but tendrils creep into all aspects- mostly by powers of $$ control. When u can counterfeit what u need, laws r purchased..