Pro-life groups across the country are challenging Planned Parenthood's claim being repeated by the media that women will lose access to heath care if the group's funding is taken away.
Jim Sedlak, vice president of the American Life League, talked about the latest funding battle over Planned Parenthood, on CBN News Channel Morning News, April 18.
The American Life League is the largest grassroots Catholic pro-life education organization in the United States, according to the group's website.
During his interview with CBN News, Sedlak discussed the pros and the cons of trying to take away public funding for Planned Parenthood before the next election.
Sedlak also talked about the group's history of targeting the black community for abortions, as well as the pro-life political strategy to get Planned Parenthood defunded by Congress in the coming months.