But now the abortion organization is privately reaching out to the president for his help over a confusing issue: Planned Parenthood’s Rocky Mountains-area union.
Planned Parenthood has asked the Trump administration’s National Labor Relations Board for its help to stop some of its Colorado staff from organizing a union, according to The Intercept.
More than 150 employees at 14 clinics across three states in Planned Parenthood’s Rocky Mountain branches voted to organize in December.
After the Planned Parenthood employees’ vote, Planned Parenthood bosses challenged their decision to the NLRB — in the case known as Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood Inc. v. SEIU.
Despite its challenge, Planned Parenthood claims it is helping its employees.