THE PENN POLITICAL UNION (PPU) is an undergraduate organization formed in 2014 that features parliamentary-style deliberation on urgent contemporary issues. To represent a wide spectrum of political opinion, students are members of five different political parties: libertarian, conservative, independent, liberal, and progressive.
The Andrea Mitchell Center is proud to sponsor the PPU debates, now expanded to include events featuring prominent public figures from journalism, politics, public policy, and academia. As with all Mitchell Center events, the PPU debates are open to the public and there will usually be opportunity for active participation in the discussion by members of the audience not affiliated with one of the five parties.
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PPU Debate: Federal Funding of Abortion Providers
Thu. September 6, 7:00pm
College Hall, Room 200
Join the five parties of the Penn Political Union for an impassioned debate as they consider the following resolution:
"The federal government should cease all funding to healthcare clinics that provide abortions."