Entries Tagged ‘Bryan Howard’

AZ Sheriff’s Office: Planned Parenthood didn’t report rape by serial sex offender

kost3n-3-webFrom modvive.com, May 2:

An 18-year old Arizona high school student has been arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting at least 10 and as many as 18 high schools girls….

Making this case even more disturbing is the allegation that a counselor at Planned Parenthood Arizona may have assisted accused serial rapist, Tyler Kost [pictured right], in covering up the actions of a sexual predator over the course of several years.

AZ Planned Parenthood CEO: Must give RU486 off-label to make ends meet

imageIn response to a state law passed in 2012, the Arizona Department of Health Services issued new rules in January specifying that the administration of the abortion drug RU-486 must follow FDA guidelines.

This meant that come April 1 Arizona abortion clinics would only be able to dispense RU-486 up to 49 days (7 weeks) after the first day of a woman’s last period rather than up to 63 days (9 weeks), as is abortion industry practice.

New Planned Parenthood business model: Roving iPad abortion scheduler

2013-12-11_1047Last week Planned Parenthood of Arizona announced it was closing its Yuma clinic, located in the southwest corner of the state, near both the California and Mexico borders.

Not to worry, PPAZ plans to hire a roving reproductive needs administrator to schedule abortions via iPad.

PP’s Yuma facility had committed medical abortions until 2011, when a new law went into effect mandating that only physicians could dispense mifepristone (ie., RU-486), not nurses or medical assistants.

Apparently the clinic could not sustain itself without the financial help of kill pills. PPAZ CEO Bryan Howard said it was down to 200 patients a year.

But Planned Parenthood is not abandoning Yuma. It is taking applications for a “regional health coordinator” who will “provide information and referrals to difficult-to-access sexual health care, foster community partnerships, engage volunteers and activists, give presentations and promote inclusion of sexual education in local school districts,” according to YumaSun.com. More on those “difficult-to-access” referrals:

Abortion numbers down in AZ, but Planned Parenthood still does 90%; laments 400 “real children” who may survive

The number of abortions in Arizona is down – sharply – in the wake of new laws restricting the procedure. Figures provided by the state health department show 729 pregnancies were terminated medically last month. That compares to 1,069 the month before – and an average of more than 1,200 a month in the prior […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 9-13-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Planned Parenthood of Arizona says it will no longer challenge AZ’s 2009 pro-life law which restricts abortion in a variety of ways:– Requiring a woman seeking an abortion to meet in person with a doctor 24 hours before the scheduled abortion.– Allowing only physicians to perform first-trimester surgical […]

Planned Parenthood of Arizona to stop abortions at seven clinics

Last week an Arizona appeals court lifted an injunction against Arizona’s 2009 Abortion Consent Act. There are four major components to the Act: 1. The abortionist must be the one reading the state-approved informed consent script, not a surrogate, and it must be 24 hours before the abortion. 2. Only doctors can abort, not nurses […]

Planned Parenthood involved in sex trafficking cover-ups?

UPDATE 8:20a: Bryan Howard, btw, is the Planned Parenthood staffer who asked President Obama this question at that infamous 2007 PP fundraiser: Bryan Howard: Senator Obama, thank you for being here today. Senator Obama: Thank you, Bryan. Bryan Howard: Um, you know that rights and access and rights and ability have to go hand in […]

  

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Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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