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“Ramona Trevino has left her job as a manager at a Planned Parenthood facility in Dallas” — and is now speaking on behalf of the pro-life,” reports Thaddeus Baklinski for LifeSiteNews.

Her story has “clear echoes of the conversion of former Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson,” noted Baklinski. Four months ago, Johnson, who was a manager at a Planned Parenthood facility in Sherman, Texas, resigned from her position with Planned Parenthood and is now speaking out about her abrupt about-face.

Trevino says that although the particular Planned Parenthood where she worked did not perform surgical abortions, she was struggling with her conscience on contraception, abortion and her role in it all.

Just like Johnson, Trevino credits a pro-life campaign outside her Planned Parenthood facility with helping her move toward “a pro-life way of thinking,” writes Baklinski. She says she went from believing she was providing a service to women in need, to realizing that Planned Parenthood “treated women like cattle and how they only cared about making money” – a realization she says was “long overdue.”

Planned Parenthood closed its Sherman clinic where Ramona was manager on August 23, after Texas Governor Rick Perry signed into law a bill that stripped the organization of its funding, and prohibited the state government from contracting with any organization that provides abortions.

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