A pro-life life advocacy group recently filed a complaint regarding a million-dollar federal funding contract that helped Exeter's Planned Parenthood and five other Planned Parenthood locations across the state stay afloat, according to the Union Leader.
The New Hampshire Planned Parenthood locations were in jeopardy after the state's Executive Council effectively cut funding for them. But the federal Department of Health and Human Services provided a contract that made up for the money loss.
The Union Leader reported the New Hampshire Right-to-Life group recently filed a complaint demanding documents related to the federal contract be released. The contract was a no-bid one, the newspaper reported.