A California school district dropped plans last week to allow Planned Parenthood to open a facility inside a Los Angeles-area high school in response to parents’ outrage.
Ryan Heath, an attorney with The Gavel Project, told Fox News that hundreds of parents showed up to protest July 18 at the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District after they learned about the proposed partnership with the abortion chain.
“These parents were up in arms because there was a proposal to put one of these facilities at John Glenn High School,” Heath said.
The contract proposal states that Planned Parenthood would run a facility inside the high school to provide physical examinations, contraception, STD testing and treatment and “referrals for additional medical or other health care services,” likely including abortions and transgender hormones. The proposal also says students may receive its services without their parents’ knowledge or consent.
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