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Abortion Activists Trash Group Providing Health Care to Low-Income Women Just Because It's Pro-Life


Abortion Activists Trash Group Providing Health Care to Low-Income Women Just Because It's Pro-Life
LifeNews.com

Criticism erupted when the State of Texas recently announced a $1.6 million grant to a network of 27 medical providers affiliated with The Heidi Groupâbecause founder Carol Everett has been a pro-life advocate. Now the abortion lobby, with an assist from mainstream media, has attempted to halt the grant.Carol Everett, Founder and CEO of The Heidi Group, has been on both sides of womenâs health issues. She used to serve as director of five abortion facilities; since founding The Heidi Group in 1995, her team has helped thousands of women in unplanned pregnancies make positive, life-affirming choices.Today, The Heidi Group is one of Texasâ largest health care networks for low-income women. Yet mainstream media, taking cues from the Texas Tribune funded by Planned Parenthood, has spread false allegations and misinformation since Texas announced its grant on August 10.

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