By Dave Andrusko When it comes to ensuring that abortion clinics meet minimum standards, there is nothing—nothing—that to an unbiased third party makes perfect sense which nonetheless the Abortion Industry doesn’t fight tooth and nail. Why does not only PPFA but all the other “independent abortion providers” who annihilate essentially all but 5% of the …Continue reading "Why do abortion clinics hate to be inspected?"
By PNCI—the Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues Pro-abortion NGOs [Non-Governmental Organizations], along with pro-abortion activists serving in key UN positions, have been following a ‘battle cry’ to “push back” against what they describe as ‘regression’ in support and funding for abortion. The main source for their ire is the Trump administration’s pro-life belief in the …Continue reading "Pro-abortion “Push Back” to U.S. Pro-Life Policies"
By Dave Andrusko As we discussed last month, U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson is hearing a lawsuit brought by the Falls Church Healthcare Center, the Whole Woman’s Health Alliance, the Virginia League for Planned Parenthood, and “Dr. Jane Doe” against four Virginia laws on abortion. The Abortion Lobby is challenging requirements that (1) only …Continue reading "Virginia Health Inspectors testify to unsanitary, and unsafe conditions prior to state inspection of abortion clinics"
By Dave Andrusko As NRL News Today has reported multiple times, Act 577 was passed in 2015. The commonsense law requires abortion clinics providing chemical abortifacients [also known as “medication abortion” or “RU-486” abortions] to have a contract with another physician who has admitting privileges at a local hospital who agrees to handle complications. Planned …Continue reading "Planned Parenthood finds abortionist to comply with Arkansas law"
By Sarah Terzo Then-Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams describing Kermit Gosnell’s abortion clinic after raiding it under suspicion that he was prescribing illegal narcotics. Keep in mind that this clinic was legally doing abortions: “There was blood on the floor. A stench of urine filled the air. A flea infested cat was wandering through the …Continue reading "District Attorney describes terrible conditions in Kermit Gosnell’s clinic"
By Pete Baklinski COLUMBUS, Ohio, December 7, 2017 – Ohio abortion centers have received 149 health violations in the past six years for unsafe and unsanitary medical equipment as well as for not following protocols and policies meant to ensure the safety of women undergoing an abortion. The shocking revelations come from a recent Columbus …Continue reading "Ohio women being offered unsafe abortion, health inspection records show"
By Dave Andrusko I’m guessing the writer as well as the pro-abortion Columbus Dispatch assumed that everyone would reach the “proper” conclusion just from the headline: “Ohio’s abortion-clinic inspections more frequent under Kasich.” [The Kasich is Gov. John Kasich.] In case not, Megan Henry tells us, “Since Republican Gov. John Kasich took office, state health …Continue reading "Abortionists lament more clinic inspection since John Kasich elected Ohio governor"
By Dave Andrusko On Tuesday, in his follow up to his April 19th decision granting a preliminary injunction, U.S. District Judge Howard Sachs issued an order directing abortion clinic license applications “to be processed promptly, in light of patient needs, and without effective influence from opponents of abortion,” the Columbia Tribune reported. “The federal district …Continue reading "Judge orders abortion clinic applications “processed promptly,” Missouri AG vows to appeal decision"
Legislation seeks to prevent dangers discovered in other states ST. PAUL — A bill to require licensing of abortion facilities has been rewritten in order to widen support at the Legislature. The new language has the strong support of Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL), which held a press conference today and called on legislators …Continue reading "Abortion facility licensing bill rewritten to boost support; MCCL calls on lawmakers to protect women"
State licensing of outpatient surgical centers would be applied to abortion industry ST. PAUL — State licensing of abortion facilities was approved by the Minnesota House Government Operations and Elections Policy committee today. The measure is strongly supported by Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL). H.F. 812 (S.F. 704), authored by Rep. Deb Kiel, R-Crookston, …Continue reading "Mn. House panel approves abortion facility licensing, inspection"
By Dave Andrusko As NRL News Today reported yesterday, the Minnesota Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy committee just approved two measures. I would like to focus here on S.F. 704 (H.F. 811), authored by state Sen. Michelle Fischbach (R). The bill would require facilities that perform 10 or more abortions per month …Continue reading "MCCL Legislative Director tells committee why state regulation of abortion clinics is vitally important"
Legislation would apply state licensing, federal funding standards to abortion industry ST. PAUL — Two key pro-life measures were approved by the Minnesota Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy committee last night. It was the second hearing for both S.F. 704 and S.F. 702, which have the strong support of Minnesota Citizens Concerned …Continue reading "Abortion facility licensing, taxpayer funded abortion ban bills passed by Mn. Senate panel"