Councilman Chris Seelbach Sponsors Resolution
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, March 29, 2017 (Cincinnati, OH): CLARIFICATION: Cincinnati City Council will vote today, March 29th on this resolution as documented below.
Cincinnati City Councilman Chris Seelbach has introduced a resolution to honor Planned Parenthood abortionist Joann Kersh. The resolution is to mark the month of March as Women’s History Month.
“No honor is deserved for a woman who has profited from victimizing pregnant women and destroying their unborn children,” said Paula Westwood, Executive Director, Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati.
“This is a horrible accomplishment to highlight for Women’s History Month,” Westwood continued. “Planned Parenthood affiliates have been caught protecting child rapists, lying about services, deceiving government officials, committing Medicaid fraud, ignoring health and safety standards, and harvesting and selling aborted babies’ tissues and organs.”
Read Councilman Seelbach’s full resolution.
Cincinnati City Council will vote on the resolution Wednesday, March 29th, 2017 at 2 p.m.
Public comment is open in the Council chambers at 1:30 p.m.
Planned Parenthood nationwide aborts over 320,000 babies a year, and this count continues to rise. In Ohio in 2015 (latest statistics available), 20,976 babies died by abortion.
The only surgical abortion facility in Hamilton County is Planned Parenthood on Auburn Ave. in Cincinnati–with several branch offices in the area and Dayton that refer to Auburn for surgical abortions and give chemical abortions.
Hamilton County still has the third highest county abortion total in the state. Cincinnati Planned Parenthood boasted in a past lawsuit of killing 2600 babies per year.
Contact Cincinnati City Council members to vote NO on Resolution 201700481 “honoring” abortionist Joann Kersh.