In a letter, the USAID administrator requested that the U.N. stop using the global pandemic to push abortion as an ‘essential service.’
Planned Parenthood affiliates claimed $80 million in small-business loans despite being aware of their ineligibility.
The bill would allow churches and charities to open for services without facing frivolous lawsuits.
Thirty-seven Planned Parenthood affiliates improperly applied for and received loans designed to aid small businesses during the economic recession.
The Missouri senator suggests that Planned Parenthood affiliates likely committed fraud to obtain the funding.
However sincere Norma McCorvey’s conversion to the pro-life cause, it’s not the heart of the movement.
The Small Business Administration is contacting each affiliate and attempting to retrieve the funds.
The legislation would allow more money to go to nonprofits that need it and allow none to go to groups that profit from abortion.