Ohio AG Mike DeWine: Planned Parenthood practices “completely inhumane”

by Madison Gesiotto  |  published on December 14, 2015

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine released a statement Friday following the conclusion of his investigation into three of Planned Parenthood’s Ohio affiliates.

The investigation was initiated in July to explore whether Planned Parenthood affiliates in Bedford Heights, Cincinnati and Columbus were violating Ohio law by selling fetal tissue or abortion trafficking.

  • 7papa7

    They need to cut off ALL, 100% of the funding that now goes to PP. Not one penny of tax dollar at all levels (city, county, state, federal) should be allowed to go to this house of satan. They should also be tried on every single baby that was illegally dealt with. My preference would be tried for 1st degree murder for every abortion that they did.

    • bobnstuff

      So you want the fetus to live so you can starve them, Are you willing to raise these children and pay for all their needs, put your money where your mouth is. It’s the same people who want to stop abortion that complain about welfare. Most abortions are because the person can’t raise the child for one reason or another and we as a society aren’t helping. If you want to stop abortions take away the need for them. Educate on family planning in our schools, Make it easier for parents to raise their children with help like daycare and paid family leave. Most of all stop punishing children for being born to poor parents. If you value every single human life start acting like it. Pro Birth isn’t Pro Life. Wouldn’t it be a wonderful world where bringing life into the world was treated like a value and not a burden.and where motherhood was treated with respect.

      • 7papa7

        There are more requests for adoptions a year than there are abortions so every child could be adopted. Because of my age I can not adopt children or I would. If the government would make it easier and affordable then these babies would be adopted and many of these couples would not rely on foreign adoptions. The hoops that need to be jumped through are ridiculous and if you go through a private agency you are talking about a minimum of $10K. The problem once again with the government not the fact that there are NOT enough people to adopt.

        • bobnstuff

          If the child is white and a new born with good health they will be adopted. Mixed blood or black children are much harder to find homes for. I have been raising my grandchildren. I also tried to get one of my grandsons cousins but he was bi racial and we weren’t. Don’t blame the government for making sure the child will be safe. There is money out there if you want to adopt, The company I work for will provide all the fees and legal cost. Also $10,000 dollars is the cheap part of having a child. If you don’t have insurance you will pay over half that just to deliver the child. It costs me at least $10,000 per year to take care of my grandchildren. The problem is that as a country we don’t support the family. If you are rich you can take care of you children but even the middle class has problem. Thy cost of daycare is out of sight and most families need two incomes just to pay the bills. Before taxes the average wage is $42,000 per year so half the country makes less then that. Try raising a family on that. The so called Christian right fights government programs that help families and call people who ask for help Welfare bums and shame them. Go use a food stamp card and see the looks you get. Until we as a country are willing to support these children and make sure they are feed, housed, educated and loved there will be abortions. We do not value life in this country. As a side the numbers used for the abortions are not true, they also include spontaneous abortion, miscarriages, and D&C’s.

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