On July 1, 1970, the New York State legislature "ruled that all females, regardless of marital status, age or residency, might have an abortion within the state provided she was no more than 24 weeks pregnant." Less than a year later the largest industrial-strength abortion plant in the world opened up in New York City, it was called Parkmed Clinic:
"An estimated 400,000 abortions were performed in New York City in the first two years (July 1, 1970 - July 30, 1972) under New York State's liberal abortion law. Of these, more than half, or approximately 250,000 abortions, were to terminate pregnancies 12 weeks and under."
During the Summer of 2020, Planned Parenthood publicly admitted that their matron saint, Margaret Sanger, was motivated by feelings of racial hatred rather than the wish of providing reproductive rights throughout the fruited plane, and removed her name from their Bleeker Street clinic in New York City. Sanger opponents have long remembered that the first Planned Parenthood clinic was established in Harlem - and that Sanger promoted abortion in a speech she gave in 1926 to the Women's Auxiliary of the Ku Klux Klan in Silver Lake, New Jersey.
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