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Film showing on Oct. 23 in Boscobel provides ‘inside look’ at abortion providers Print
Letters to the editor
Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011 -- 12:00 AM

To the editor:

One million dollars a day in taxpayer funding! This is the amount that Planned Parenthood receives from the federal coffers. One million dollars a day! The net worth of this “non-profit” organization is reported to be $9.8 million; its CEO’s salary: $248,819!

It is Wisconsin’s largest abortion chain . . . and it is now under federal investigation. Thanks to a recently released 30-page analysis exposing Planned Parenthood’s misuse of federal funds, failure to report child sex abuse, willful disregard for state laws regulating abortion, and a number of other scandalous activities, the House Committee on Oversight and Investigation is calling for an accounting.

What’s behind the recent decision of Congress to investigate? Do you want the truth? Then you are invited to come and see.

On Sunday, Oct. 23, at 10:30 a.m., the Boscobel Knights of Columbus and the Corpus Christi Respect Life Committee in cooperation with Grant County Right to Life and Pro-Life Wisconsin is sponsoring the film documentary Blood Money, an “inside look” at the modus operandi of our country’s abortion providers.

Open to the public, the film will be presented in the fellowship hall of Immaculate Conception Church, 405 E. LeGrand St., Boscobel. A continental breakfast offering will be available. A free will offering will be taken.

Donna Larkosh, Boscobel