News from Around PA
1.) The ACLU has filed a 72-page federal complaint alleging Central Bucks School District  is engaging in “discrimination” by not promoting LGBT ideology.

2.) Courtney Schreiber, chief of the Division of Family Planning at the University of Pennsylvania and a professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the Perelman School of Medicine, compared crisis pregnancy centers to terrorists.

News From National Scene

1.) California Medical Association has named its first ever chief of staff – a former employee of Planned Parenthood and NARAL.

2.) FDA is sued over abortion pill regimen approval.

3.) There were 678 LGBTQ candidates on the ballot on November 8th and 340 won their elections.

4.) Hilliard City Schools in Columbus will continue to  allow teachers to wear badges that say “I’m Here” next to a pride flag, which were supplied by the teachers union. 

5.) Planned Parenthood is suing the town of Henrietta after it voted against issuing a permit a permit for a new clinic in a retail plaza.

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