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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Pro-Life Action League to Protest Stericycle Annual Shareholders Meeting on May 25th

Picture was taken in January, 2016 at the Warminster, PA Planned Parenthood

Eric Scheidler
Executive Director
Pro-Life Action League

Tomorrow morning I'm leading a protest outside a Chicago area hotel where the shareholders of Stericycle, Inc. are meeting. I'd like to ask for your special prayers for this protest.
Stericycle is a medical waste company that contracts with Planned Parenthood all over the country. The attorney general of Ohio has implicated them in an investigation of the illegal dumping of fetal remains in Ohio.

As their involvement with Planned Parenthood has come more and more to light, Stericycle stock has taken a plunge -- right before their annual shareholders meeting.

This is an ideal opportunity to push Stericycle -- through their shareholders -- to DUMP Planned Parenthood.

This would cause a major crisis for the nation's largest abortion chain. If they can't dispose of medical waste -- or the bodies of their unborn victims -- they can't stay in business.

So please offer up some prayers for the protest tomorrow morning. Specifically, please pray that our message will move Stericycle's shareholders to take action to sever all ties with Planned Parenthood.

And if you have the means, please consider making a special gift to help cover the costs of this protest and the League's ongoing campaign to get Stericycle out of the abortion business.

You can make a secure, tax-deductible gift to the Pro-Life Action League by clicking on the image below.




Thank you for your prayers and support for this important protest, working to break one of the "weak links" of the abortion industry.


Note: Pro-life volunteers will be protesting outside the Stericycle shareholders meeting from 9 a.m. to noon, central time tomorrow. Prayers are especially appreciated during those hours.


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