On P.P. Funding: Observations from Karen Handel

This morning, New Hampshire’s Executive Council will vote on contracts with two abortion providers including Planned Parenthood of Northern New England. Yesterday, Karen Handel of Georgia won a seat in Congress. So what does Handel have to do with a pending Council vote? She has offered her thoughts about PP’s funding by governments and private… Read More On P.P. Funding: Observations from Karen Handel

Rallies to precede Executive Council vote tomorrow

The New Hampshire Executive Council is less than 18 hours away from voting on contracts with Planned Parenthood of Northern New England and the Lovering Center, both abortion facilities. This is a second bite at the current-fiscal-year apple for PP, whose last bid for a family planning contract was rejected by the Council on a… Read More Rallies to precede Executive Council vote tomorrow

NHRTL appeals to Supreme Court for info on 2011 grant to PPNNE

Before last week, the last time Planned Parenthood of Northern New England heard “no” from the Executive Council was in 2011. When PPNNE’s Title X contract proposal was rejected that year, the agency mysteriously obtained a compensatory federal grant without a public hearing or process of disclosure. How did that happen? New Hampshire Right to… Read More NHRTL appeals to Supreme Court for info on 2011 grant to PPNNE

NH Exec Councilors say “no” to PP contract

(Updated 3:30 p.m.) The New Hampshire Executive Council on Wednesday, in a sharply divided vote, denied a contract to Planned Parenthood of Northern New England that would have given PPNNEĀ $638,900 over a two-year period. The vote follows the release of the fifth video by the Center for Medical Progress showing Planned Parenthood personnel in other… Read More NH Exec Councilors say “no” to PP contract