Finale is gain
Editor: Praise the lord, the Wilkes-barre Planned Parenthood facility will lose its property lease at the end of the year.
Although Planned Parenthood provides myriad health services, make no mistake, abortions are where the money is and that’s what the organization wants to pursue. Nationwide, in 2014, Planned Parenthood reported that it performed 323,999 abortions.
If Planned Parenthood in Wilkes Barre had not informed its landlord that it intended to explore offering abortions and had limited the facility to legitimate health services, I bet that the lease would have been renewed.
I suggest — satirically — that if someone wants an abortion, walk to Allentown to get one. By the time you get there you might change your mind. Women who delay abortions and talk to anti-abortion people many times let their babies live. JOE DOMIANO OLD FORGE
Editor’s note: Planned Parenthood has reported that it will relocate in January to 1101 N. Main St., Wilkes-barre.
Planned Parenthood has an office at the Kirby Health Center on North Franklin Street in Wilkes-barre. A writer expresses happiness that the clinic’s landlord will terminate its lease at the end of the year. The office will relocate in 2019.