Anti-abortion group with troubled history earns Whitmer veto

By: Ken Coleman, Michigan Advance, October 8, 2019

Among Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s list of line item vetoes for the Fiscal Year 2020 state budget was $700,000 for a controversial Pennsylvania-based state contractor that operates anti-abortion programs in Michigan.

Click here to read CfA’s statement applauding Gov. Whitmer’s veto.

In January, the Advance first reported that the Washington, D.C.-based watchdog group Campaign for Accountability filed a complaint against Harrisburg, Pa.-based Real Alternatives, questioning how the organization spent Michiganders’ tax dollars.

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