Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Abortionists' Sex Ed Banned from Louisiana Schools

The Planned Parenthood business model of hooking kids on sex has been dealt a blow as the Louisiana legislature, led by a Democrat in the senate, has passed a bill that outlaws any abortion-providing entity from teaching or even distributing literature on school grounds.  A total of only eleven legislators, between both houses, voted against the bill.

For background, read about Planned Parenthood's Sexual Assault on Kids: Business Model is Hooking them on Sex (Warning: Sexually graphic video)

UPDATE 6/13/14: Kinky Planned Parenthood Sex Advisor Caught, Fired

Also read Abortionists Lament Ever-greater State Limits including in Louisiana.

In addition, read Planned Parenthood President Asks, Who Cares When Life Begins?

-- From "Abortion providers banned from public schools" by Melinda Deslatte, Associated Press 5/27/14

The Senate voted 31-5 Tuesday to give final passage to a bill that opponents call a direct attack on Planned Parenthood in the state. The proposal moves next to Gov. Bobby Jindal, who supports it and is expected to sign it into law.

Bogalusa Sen. Ben Nevers, a Democrat who handled the bill in the Senate, says the measure makes sure that people with a financial interest in promoting abortion can't speak to students.

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From "Senate OKs 2 anti-abortion bills" by Marsha Shuler, The Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA) 5/28/14

. . . the Senate approved measures that would:
Require patients seeking abortion be provided information about potential psychological and emotional impacts. House Bill 1262, sponsored by state Rep. Barry Ivey, R-Central, also would also require information about illegal coercion, abuse and human trafficking to be provided via separate booklets on each subject.

Ban “abortion providers” from providing health education in public schools. House Bill 305, sponsored by state Rep. Frank Hoffmann, R-West Monroe, is headed to the governor’s desk for expected signing into law after a 31-5 Senate vote.
The measure didn’t name an organization. But state Sen. Karen Peterson, D-New Orleans, said the legislation clearly targets Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast.

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From "Louisiana Passes Bill Banning Abortion Clinic Staff From Public Schools" by Steven Ertelt, 5/27/14

Author of HB 305, Rep. Hoffmann (R-West Monroe), said:”This bill isn’t about sex education. This is about abortion businesses teaching in schools.” Proponents of HB 305 also mentioned that teenagers often struggle with post-abortion syndrome which include depression, anxiety, thoughts of suicide and guilt.

Dorinda Bordlee, senior counsel with Bioethics Defense Fund who has drafted other key bills stopping abortions in Louisiana, tells LifeNews she is available to help other states get this important legislation in place.

“Louisiana families should know that their children aren’t be targeted by groups that have financial incentives to subtly sell abortion and other irresponsible behavior that is dangerous to the health and safety of children,” she said. She aid pro-life groups should work to “stop abortion organizations from accessing school children.”

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