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New Jersey taxpayers forced to give $7.5 million to Planned Parenthood

This is the first law New Jersey's new governor signed.
Wed Feb 21, 2018 - 3:26 pm EST
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NEW JERSEY, February 21, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, a Democrat, signed a law today giving $7.5 million to America’s largest abortion company, Planned Parenthood.

It was the first bill Murphy has signed into law.

“Today we are saying in a clear voice that New Jersey will once again stand for the right things,” he said.

Planned Parenthood’s outgoing president, Cecile Richards, attended the bill signing.

Planned Parenthood aborts over 321,000 babies annually. Its baby body parts trafficking scandal led a Congressional panel to refer it and other abortion entities for criminal prosecution. The FBI recently requested unredacted documents from Congress about the body parts scandal.

“At legislative hearings this month, Planned Parenthood representatives declined to tell lawmakers specifically how the money would be allocated,” Bloomberg reported.

In 2016, a Wisconsin state inspector found that up to two-thirds of all Medicaid payments to Planned Parenthood facilities in that state were fraudulent.

The abortion company has faced other Medicaid fraud cases, like in Iowa, and has been caught covering up sex abuse and aiding and abetting sex traffickers.


  abortion, new jersey, phil murphy, planned parenthood

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