Pro-life organization, police work out new guidelines for conduct in front of Planned Parenthood

LISA JOHNSTON | lisajohnston@archstl.org
A series of complaints about conduct in front of the Planned Parenthood abortion facility in St. Louis has led the leader of a local pro-life organization to meet with St. Louis Police to establish some helpful guidelines. Brian Westbrook, executive director of the Coalition for Life St. Louis, said that in the past few months, police have responded to a number of calls from Planned Parenthood employees complaining about several issues, ranging from peace disturbance to false advertising and littering.

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