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The annual spring 40-Days for Life prayer vigil, which was under way in more than 500 cities around the world was suspended on Sunday due to concerns about the spread of coronavirus. Each spring and fall, pro-life advocates from across the globe gather outside Planned Parenthood clinics to pray for an end to abortion. Alaskans were gathering outside Planned Parenthood abortion clinics in Anchorage and Soldotna. “This was the toughest decision I’ve made serving as President &...

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Planned Parenthood sees Anchorage Assembly candidate Stephany Jeffers as a pro-abortion ally and has added her to a list of six candidates the abortion business hopes to see elected on the Anchorage Assembly and Anchorage School Board. Jessica Cler, Planned Parenthood’s Alaska director, sent a March 19 email to supporters in which she framed the endorsements in light of the coronavirus crisis. “The moment we are in calls for elected leaders who believe in facts...

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Abortionists at Planned Parenthood locations in Alaska are continuing to kill unborn babies despite concerns regarding the spread of coronavirus. In a email to supporters across Alaska, the Northwest and Hawaii, Planned Parenthood’s regional CEO Chris Charbonneau said her company is continuing to provide “all services including abortion.” Amid the coronavirus scare, Charbonneau is referring patients to use Planned Parenthood’s phone app which promotes abortion for teens, as well as the benefits of masturbation and...

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Alaska’s most notorious abortion business is looking to hire a youth group leader to recruit Anchorage teens for ideologically driven programs that advocate for gender fluidity, expansion of abortion access, explicit sex education in schools and contraception for minors without parental knowledge. Planned Parenthood is seeking a community outreach educator to lead its Anchorage-based Teen Council – a group that teaches children how to disseminate the abortion business’ message to fellow youth in schools and...

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The number one provider of abortions in Alaska has endorsed four candidates for the Anchorage Assembly and one for the Anchorage School board. Planned Parenthood hopes to see incumbents Christopher Constant (running unopposed), Felix Rivera, Suzanne LaFrance and Pete Petersen keep their Assembly seats. They’re also endorsing James Smallwood for school board. Jessica Cler, Alaska State Director of Planned Parenthood, said in a March 18 email to supporters that it is important to have leaders...

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There could not be greater contrasts among the candidates running for Anchorage Assembly and Anchorage School Board seats, especially with regards to pro-life, parental rights and religious liberty issues. Between March 17 and April 7, Anchorage residents will cast mail-in ballots. Alaska Family Action, a pro-family advocacy group, has released its voter guide for these contests, detailing candidates’ stances on key social issues. ASSEMBLY CANDIDATES Anchorage Assembly candidates were asked if they agree with the...

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A proposed constitutional amendment stating that nothing in Alaska’s Constitution can be interpreted by the courts as granting a right to abortion is set for a fifth public hearing on Friday, March 13 in the Senate Judiciary Committee. The measure, SJR 13, is sponsored by Sen. Shelley Hughes, R-Palmer. It passed out of the Senate Health & Social Services Committee last week after two lengthy public hearings and more than 200 pages of written comments....

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On Feb. 18, members of the Health & Social Services Committee in the Alaska House sat through a presentation featuring teenagers from Anchorage and Juneau who have been recruited and trained by Planned Parenthood to disseminate the abortion business’ line on abortion access and LGBTQ ideology to school age children around Alaska. Teen Council is a program launched by Planned Parenthood to use teenagers to deliver the abortion business’ sexuality advice to students. As part...

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The Alaska Watchman is keeping a close eye on the Alaska Legislature this session in order to alert Alaskans of measures that impact parental rights, sex education, abortion, religious liberty, human sexuality, education, marriage and family law, pornography and other social issues. Our goal is to keep Alaskans informed of committee hearings and opportunities to publicly testify on critical legislation that could shape the cultural and social life of Alaskans. Below is a brief summary...

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While Planned Parenthood is reeling from the loss of millions of dollars in federal Title X funding, the abortion business has actually expanded its reach in Alaska. According to the annual nationwide survey by Operation Rescue, Alaska added one new abortion clinic last year, bringing the statewide total to five. Each year, Operation Rescue contacts every abortion business in the United States, gathering detailed information about their services. The latest survey occurred in November and...