This State Just Closed Its LAST Planned Parenthood Clinic!
Lisa Bourne : May 19, 2017
It had been in business for 40 years.
(Casper, WY) — [LifeSiteNews] The state of Wyoming will soon be rid of America's largest abortion provider. (Photo Credit: LifeSiteNews)
Planned Parenthood has announced that it will close its last facility, in Casper, on July 21. That location had been in business for 40 years.
Wyoming will then join North Dakota as the only states without Planned Parenthood.
The Casper closure is one of six imminent closings for Planned Parenthood's Rocky Mountain region (PPRM). New Mexico is due to lose three facilities, probably in September, the Santa Fe New Mexican reports. Other Planned Parenthood facilities are slated to close in Colorado and southern Nevada.
Planned Parenthood insists that regardless of the closures, it will keep in front its clients, benefactors, and lawmakers.
The abortion giant attributed the closings to financial reasons, part of a larger consolidation effort geared at maintaining solvency.
"This is a challenging decision," said PPRM spokeswoman Adrienne Mansanares.
The Rocky Mountain region was part of the third video released by the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) in July 2015, when then-Vice President and Medical Director of PPRM Dr. Savita Ginde was videotaped saying a per-item pricing approach was better, "just because we can see how much we can get out of it (the aborted child)."
The Planned Parenthood announcement comes only a few months after the abortion chain experienced a wave of support in New Mexico. A February event raised around $125,000, organizers said, the largest Planned Parenthood benefit ever conducted in the state.
Mansanares said supporters have been generous, but the donations haven't been enough to sustain all of the region's facilities.
The Casper location sees around 500 clients annually, according to the Casper Star-Tribune.
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