Planned Parenthood Secretly Buys Building It May Use as New Abortion Business

State   |   Jerry Cox   |   Aug 19, 2021   |   9:57AM   |   Rogers, Arkansas

On Wednesday afternoon Family Council learned that Planned Parenthood may have acquired a facility in Rogers, Arkansas.

Planned Parenthood operated an abortion facility in Fayetteville, Arkansas, for several years until its landlord reportedly opted not to renew the abortion giant’s lease in the summer of 2019.

Planned Parenthood initially issued statements saying it would reopen in the Northwest Arkansas area soon. However, the facility has remained closed ever since.

On Wednesday, Family Council learned that Planned Parenthood may have acquired a former medical clinic at 1222 West Poplar Street in Rogers.

According to records from the Benton County Assessor’s Office, the facility is owned by a company called 12 Redacre LLC. However, 12 Redacre LLC’s mailing address — 4401 W 109th St, STE 200, Overland Park, KS 66211 — matches the mailing address for the Planned Parenthood Great Plains regional affiliate office.

County tax records also indicate that 12 Redacre LLC listed Planned Parenthood’s address when it paid taxes on the property last April.

This would seem to indicate that Planned Parenthood is tied to 12 Redacre LLC — and to the facility in Rogers.

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Because the facility is a former medical clinic, it stands to reason that it could be used as an abortion facility.

Planned Parenthood is the nation’s largest abortion provider, and it has a long history of working in Arkansas.

The organization currently operates a chemical abortion facility in Little Rock.

The group’s political action committee has been active in recent legislative races.

Prior to 2015, Planned Parenthood received hundreds of thousands of dollars from the State of Arkansas via Medicaid.

And Planned Parenthood currently is working with the ACLU to block Arkansas from enforcing pro-life legislation that passed earlier this year.

LifeNews Note: Jerry Cox is the president of the Arkansas Family Council.