January 28, 2020 In The News, Themis Project

Documents Show Government Funding of Anti-Choice Clinics a ‘Futile Project’

By: Erin Heger, Rewire.News, January 28, 2020

Newly released federal grant applications for the Obria Group, a California-based anti-choice organization operating clinics nationally, show an inefficient distribution of Title X funds, including high patient costs and a six-figure salary for its medical director.

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The Obria Group, which operates 48 anti-choice clinics, or crisis pregnancy centers was awarded up to $5.1 million over three years in Title X funds (though not every clinic receives funds) from the Trump administration last March to provide comprehensive family planning services in three California counties. According to […] the Campaign for Accountability (CfA), a nonprofit watchdog group, Obria’s 2019 Title X application shows per-patient costs ranging from $292 to $970.

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