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Judge Stops Ohio Law From Causing 'Irreparable Injury' to Planned Parenthood

A judge in Ohio has blocked a law that would have prevented money from going toward abortions.

The state law targets the more than $1.4 million in funding that Planned Parenthood gets through Ohio's health department. That money, which is mostly from the federal government, supports certain education and prevention programs. The Ohio law would bar such funds from going to entities that perform or promote abortions.

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In his decision, U.S. District Judge Michael Barrett said stripping the state's Planned Parenthood of funding would cause "irreparable injury." In particular, he argued, the group would no longer be able to provide free access to the juvenile justice and foster care systems and "teach teenagers about healthy relationships," according to ABC News.

Planned Parenthood is not interested in offering safe and "healthy" sex education. Time and again they've proved they are more interested in promoting their hyper sexualized agenda. For more information on that, go to plannedparenthoodexposed.com.

Ohio's money would be better spent protecting innocent life.

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