The five steps called the administration to refuse to sign any budget that does not defund abortion providers; to formalize the Protect Life rule for Title X regulations; to appoint pro-life judges; to stop funding fetal tissue research that pays for parts of aborted infants; and to sever the abortion providers' connection to sex education.
The letter highlights the last stance, stating that Planned Parenthood uses sex education to fuel its own marketing schemes, "to instruct teens to buy their products and engage in behaviors they endorse, and then selling abortions to those same students when their advice and products fail."
Hawkins emphasized Planned Parenthood's role in providing abortion, noting the organization falsely promotes itself as a major supporter for women's healthcare. She said the group's marketing department has publicized that abortion is not its number one seller. This is not true, she said.
Comparing Planned Parenthood to other community health centers, Hawkins said Planned Parenthood provides fewer services, is inefficient in its spending, and serves millions fewer patients.
She said Planned Parenthood receives more than $500 million a year from federal funding. This money should be distributed to programs and places which better serve women, she said.
Students for Life gave directions for citizens to help promote this cause as well. The organization urged people to tweet to President Trump and HHS Secretary Alex Azar, and to call the White House switchboard.