Planned Parenthood's 'outright grab for money' uncovered

Tuesday, July 11, 2017
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

birth-control pillsA pro-life group is calling on Congress to look into a troubling extension of Planned Parenthood.

American Life League (ALL) President Jim Sedlak tells OneNewsNow his organization has concluded an investigation of the abortion giant and found that it has created a separate company -- Afaxys -- that has been quietly operating for four years.

"The purpose of Afaxys is to manufacture contraceptive products -- the birth control pills, emergency contraception, etc. -- and to sell it to Planned Parenthood and other family planning clinics," Sedlak details.

Sedlak, Jim (American Life League)The company has claimed it will only sell the products to family planning programs that get Title 10 funding from the U.S. government, using tax dollars to set up a for-profit company and generate sales to tax-supported organizations.

"Not only will Planned Parenthood be operating clinics and selling to customers, but Planned Parenthood will also be manufacturing the drugs and will make money all along the supply chain," the ALL president explains. "It is just an outright grab for money by Planned Parenthood."

Sedlak finds the Afaxys/Planned Parenthood connection troublesome because it keeps taxpayer funds flowing through indirect channels. He points out that there are government rules and regulations that have to be followed, so American Life League has sent its documented report to all members of Congress.

Sedlak adds that more information is surfacing and will be released at appropriate times.

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