Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- Most of the focus on the pending bills in Congress for a government-run health care system focus on either abortion funding and coverage or the rationing aspects of the legislation. But the bills also contain a section allowing the nation's biggest abortion business to enter public schools.
Title V of H.R. 3200, Subtitle B, called School-Based Health Clinics, outlines a new federal program where the government would fund health clinics in or near public schools.
However, Section 399Z indicates that school officials won't be responsible for administering the clinics. Instead, that responsibility falls to the clinic sponsor, which could be Planned Parenthood--the nation's largest abortion business, performing more than 350,000 abortions a year. Read more.