Planned Parenthood, the tax-exempt organization that has millions in the bank and shows a profit on a yearly basis, is now building mega-size abortion clinics.
Planned Parenthood recently announced that Worcester, Massachusetts will be the home to a 33,000 square-foot three-story mega-size abortion clinic. PP is also currently building mega-clinics in Denver, Houston, and Portland, Oregon. The first super-size clinic opened in Aurora, Illinois, last fall.
PP has also closed clinics in Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Idaho, and Kentucky, claiming the closures are the result of a lack of funding in the way of taxpayer dollars, even though the tax-exempt organization has millions in the bank and shows a profit on a yearly basis.
Editorial Comment: Do mega-centers give the illusion of a growing business, or is Planned Parenthood running out of doctors to service small clinics? Why this new business model?