Anne O’Connor in World Magazine: “LIFE | Title X changes free up more funding for pro-life pregnancy centers, but should they take money?”

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“The 9th Circuit’s decision could reduce the number of abortion centers applying for Title X funds, making more federal family planning dollars available for some pro-life centers that offer contraceptives, like The Source.

‘Our chances [of becoming a new Title X recipient] will be directly correlated with the number of clinics that have dropped out,’ Schoonover said.

Catholics and other groups who have religious convictions against birth control sponsor many of the nation’s crisis pregnancy centers, though. Anne O’Connor from the National Institute of Family and Life Advocates said she did not expect a rush of Title X participation from pro-life clinics.

Other pro-life advocates warn against pursuing the funds at all. Former Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson said the ruling will force abortion businesses out of Title X and encourage the Trump administration to go after other title cash grants that prop up groups like Planned Parenthood. But Johnson said pro-life pregnancy centers should stay away from the Title X program: ‘It’s all about money and it’s not about healthcare, and it’s not about keeping women healthy. … This is not pro-life money by any means.'”

Read the full article in World Magazine.