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Thousands Gather Across Country to Protest Planned Parenthood Government Funding
Monday, August 24, 2015

Thousands gathered throughout the U.S. over the weekend to protest Planned Parenthood and its use of taxpayer money following the release of several controversial videos against the abortion provider.

The nationwide protest, dubbed the National Day of Protest Against Planned Parenthood, saw thousands gather at 300 clinics in all 50 U.S. states and Washington, D.C. to voice their opposition to the abortion provider, which receives $500 million in taxpayer money per year.

John Piper, who previously served as pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota, offered a prayer for "righteousness" as he attended a Sunday protest against Planned Parenthood in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

"We want to pray for Planned Parenthood that they might live to righteousness," Piper, who now serves as the chancellor of Bethlehem College and Seminary, prayed to a crowd of about 6,000 protesters.

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