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A unique looking water tower, one of two, in Stanton, Iowa.

In my last article you read about Planned Parenthood of the Heartland’s aggressive grab for children in SW Iowa.

Stanton, a community with a population under 700 people in SW Iowa, is one of those communities targeted by Planned Parenthood of the Heartland.

A few months ago, concerned parents, Rod and Tricia Goodemote, became alarmed when they received notice that Stanton kindergarten-3rd graders were supposed to be taught about “sexual abuse” through a program called “Ready Set kNOw.”  

Why the alarm?  The teacher who plans to lead these classes is none other than Planned Parenthood staffer, Jennifer Horner!!  She is the SAME woman who was kicked out of Shenandoah classrooms in 2010. 

The class has indefinitely been postponed, as concerned parents continue to request that the Stanton school leadership stand against Planned Parenthood’s efforts to reach children as little as 5!!!

One of the strong responses in the SW Iowa Pro-Life community is the following newspaper ad: 

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Think Planned Parenthood is not dangerous to children of any age?  Think again.  Check out Iowa Right to Life’s “Get the Facts” sheet:  The truth about what Planned Parenthood is peddling to kids

If you’re a parent in Stanton, please protect your children from Planned Parenthood’s perverse agenda.  Please contact the school and fill out their survey today.

If you’re in another Iowa community and need help fighting Planned Parenthood, please do not hesitate to contact me.  Iowa Right to Life is here to help every way we can!

For more information or with questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to me at iowa@iowaRTL.org or via phone at 877.595.9406. 

Simply put, whether unborn or born, no child is safe in the clutches of Planned Parenthood.

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