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Saturday, August 13, 2005

Planned Parenthood Parties at Govenors Residence?

The Gov. of Indiana has allowed PP to party at his residence, which is located at :4750 N. Meridian St and has a meeting room for Non-Profit orgs.

Brad Rateike, a spokesman for the governor, said Planned Parenthood is a nonprofit organization "and therefore has a right to use the residence."

But one has to wonder if there is not some influencing going on under cover.

State attorney general's office has questioned whether Planned Parenthood has followed Indiana law in cases involving reproductive health care for young people. "When you have the Medicaid Fraud Unit of the state of Indiana investigating possible criminal activity, those are very, very severe issues," said State Sen. Jeff Drozda, R-Westfield, who was conveying the message of the pro-life protesters outside the residence.

Anti-abortion protesters said it was an inappropriate use of the Meridian Street property.

Planned Parenthood followed the state's list of 17 policy guidelines for using the residence. Guidelines include paying a $200 fee, getting the group's invitation and agenda pre-approved by the residence director, and providing a guest list 48 hours in advance.

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