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Supreme Court of the United States

New Hampshire Right to Life v. New Hampshire Director of Charitable Trusts

Last Updated 6/13/2022

Summary

In addition to nearly $900,000 a year in federal funding, Planned Parenthood had also been receiving more than $350,000 a year in funding from the state of New Hampshire, but the state is unwilling to disclose state records regarding the distribution of those funds. The state is also unwilling to disclose documents the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office received from abortionists regarding the state’s defense of its law that places speech censorship zones around abortion facilities as well as documents related to the Board of Pharmacy’s ongoing licensing of Planned Parenthood to distribute the RU-486 drug in a manner that violates FDA safety protocols, required under state law since 2006.

A New Hampshire court has ordered the state to release numerous documents related to the state’s funding of abortion facilities and its continuing failure to regulate them. State officials first denied the request of an Alliance Defending Freedom allied attorney to have access to the records.

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