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    Agency sues over audit of grants to counsel pregnant women

    Agency sues over audit of grants to counsel pregnant women
    Mark Scolforo, Associated Press Updated 5:37 pm, Thursday, March 16, 2017

     

     

    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A nonprofit agency with a state contract to help fund counseling of pregnant women about abortion alternatives has challenged Pennsylvania’s right to audit money it receives from vendors.

    Real Alternatives, a Harrisburg-based agency that is nearing the end of a five-year, $30 million state contract, wants a state court to prevent Auditor General Eugene DePasquale from examining the money.

    DePasquale, an elected Democrat who supports abortion rights, said Thursday he wants more information about the use of the payments,
    which amount to 3 percent of the state money the contractors receive through Real Alternatives, or nearly $1 million over the past five years.

     

     

    A little weird, snot like this

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    1. If it were an agency that provided abortions

    If it were an agency that provided abortions instead of abortion alternatives you can bet they would be among the loudest voices calling for an audit.  Of course, they make pretty damn sure that public money doesn’t go to anyone that helps with abortions in the first place.