In January, Planned Parenthood of Western and Central New York abandoned their expansion project in the Rochester suburb of Brighton under pressure from a grass roots coalition of residents who sued the Town for their lack of meaningful review in the approval process.
The lawsuit stated the Brighton Town Planning Board failed to explore the negative impacts an abortion facility inflicts on a neighborhood. These concerns include the question of waste disposal (referring to the aborted babies), Planned Parenthood’s increased use of in-home chemical abortions and its related impact on clean water, as well as concerns over lewd public displays common to abortion facilities in the vicinity of parks and schools.
Brighton resident Carol Crossed remarked, “We will not lower ourselves to the standards of Planned Parenthood.”
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