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Anti-abortion group posts billboards in Colorado Springs

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One of the billboards posted along I-25, urging people working at abortion clinics to quit their jobs. One of the billboards posted along I-25, urging people working at abortion clinics to quit their jobs.

Drivers might notice two new billboards along I-25 over the next month, asking people working in abortion clinics to quit their jobs. 

The anti-abortion group "And Then There Were None" purchased the billboards, which read ""NO ONE GROWS UP WANTING TO WORK IN AN ABORTION CLINIC. WE CAN GET YOU OUT. WWW.ABORTIONWORKER.COM"

The group describes itself as a Texas-based nonprofit that "Seek to end abortion from the inside out, helping abortion workers quit their jobs and providing them with career counseling, financial help, spiritual direction, and psychological aid."

Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains issued the following statement in response:

"Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains is proud of our dedicated staff who provide caring, high-quality health care to our patients every single day. Those committed employees are the reason we can say with confidence that our doors will remain open."

The billboards are set to come down sometime in early October.

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