Monday, November 10, 2003
An Abortion Boycott?

This completely blew me away:

The willingness of some Texas pro-lifers to mix their personal views with their everyday professional lives has blocked the construction of a $6.2 million abortion clinic in Austin.

San Antonio-based Browning construction, one of the largest such firms in the state, pulled out of the contract recently after a key contractors balked at the project because it was going to house a Planned Parenthood clinic where abortions were going to be performed.
I never thought this kind of thing would happen, not even in Texas. I'm awed, and my hat's off to them.
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