Abortion and contraceptive giant Planned Parenthood is suing the state of Montana to force them to provide “The Pill” to children free of charge. Did you get that? FOR CHILDREN.
Planned Parenthood’s affidavit, according to KRTV reads:
The State of Montana, through it Healthy Montana Kids (“HMK”)program, provides primary and preventive health care services, including prescription drug coverage, to uninsured children through age 18 with family incomes that are too low to purchase private insurance, but too high to qualify for the Medicaid program.
However, Montana has denied comprehensive services to young women enrolled in
HMK because the program excludes coverage for prescription contraceptives
The state administered program provides “The Pill” as long as its prescribed for something other than birth control (which between you and I is one of the biggest scams going in that The Pill is prescribed for many reasons with little warning given as to its other effects.)
But here’s the kicker, Planned Parenthood argues that the exclusion of contraception for contraceptive purposes in the plan:
interferes with young women’s abilities to make medical decisions about their health – in particular, about whether or not to have a child – without compelling justifications, and therefore, violates the fundamental right of individual privacy.
You get that? Not giving taxpayer funded contraception to children is a violation of their rights. And some of the money for the program is from federal funds as well so everyone would be chipping in to make sure all those teenagers get contraception.