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Tune in Saturday Morning to Watch Charmaine Yoest on MSNBC

When you are getting your Saturday morning news fix tomorrow, tune in to MSNBC to watch Americans United for Life President and CEO Dr. Charmaine Yoest discuss the controversies surrounding news this week of an ongoing House subcommittee investigation underway of Planned Parenthood.

Dr. Yoest is schedule to talk live at 7:30 a.m. Eastern, one-on-one with Chris Hayes, Editor-at-Large of The Nation, on his new MSNBC show “Up with Chris Hayes.” Check your local listings for channel information. Expect lively debate over whether Planned Parenthood deserves to receive more than one million dollars a day in taxpayer support.

As a result of its groundbreaking report “The Case for Investigating Planned Parenthood,” AUL has been much in the news this week as its request for investigations into financial and other scandals involving the abortion mega-provider are bearing fruit.

Today, AUL’s Vice President of Legal Affairs Denise Burke details in an opinion piece in the Washington Times titled “American Women Don’t Need Planned Parenthood,” why women will continue to get medical care without the abortion mega provider.

“Planned Parenthood is on the ropes,” she writes. “And like any entity taking a well-deserved and very public beating, it is anxious to redeem – or in this case, strategically recast – its increasingly tattered reputation.” To read the entire article, click here:

You can read headlines about AUL’s role in the events of this week by clicking here.

None of this would be possible without the support of pro-life Americans from across the country. These victories are ours to share and impossible to earn without you. Thank you for standing with AUL this week.