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September 05. 2013 11:51AM

Planned Parenthood distribution of abortion pills defied FDA, alleges anti-abortion group

Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF)-allied attorney Michael J. Tierney says that the New Hampshire Planned Parenthood has been violating the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) protocols for abortion-inducing drugs, when it "publicly advertises" that such drugs may be taken at home and up to 63 days past the last cycle. ADF and the American Association of Pro-life Obstetricians and Gynecologists presented Tierney's information to the New Hampshire Boards of Medicine and Nursing on Wednesday, requesting an investigation of New Hampshire's Planned Parenthood. More - http://www.adfmedia.org/files/AAPLOGLetterNH.pdf



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