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Leave new clinic

Any of the staff and management of Planned Parenthood of Spokane who has the courage to leave rather than celebrate the opening of their new building in 2017 would make me extremely proud. Their own former colleague, Abby Johnson, left Planned Parenthood in 2009, and I believe she would rather roll over and die than have anything to do with the organization.

Thus I have subsequently invited her to Spokane to protest the ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening of the building. Think about it.

Patrick Kirlin


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