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Additional link between Kentucky Catholic college, Planned Parenthood

Catholic World News - November 24, 2009

A prominent administrator at a Kentucky Catholic college has served on the board of Planned Parenthood, according to the college’s website. Dr. Diane Tobin, who serves as Dean of the College of Business and Communication at Spalding University, is “an active community volunteer” who has served on the boards of the “Louisville Theatrical Association, Stage One, St. Francis High School, Jewish Family and Career Services, Planned Parenthood, Glassworks Foundation and the Arts and Cultural Council.”

In July, Spalding University and an organization funded by the Catholic Campaign for Human Development jointly hosted a conference that featured a speaker from Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest.

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