Indiana and Ohio abortion chain looking to relocate to Illinois

By Laura Nicole As major pro-life protections take effect in Indiana and Ohio, an abortion chain has announced that it will close its doors in the two states, while also taking steps to relocate to abortion-friendly Illinois. Women’s Med Center, a Midwestern abortion chain that has been feeling the strain of pro-life laws, has announced …

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28 weeks Pregnant at a D.C. abortion clinic

By Monica Snyder,  Executive Director, Secular Pro-Life Editor’s note. This appeared in the Washington Times. OPINION: I was 28 weeks pregnant when I entered the small, windowless waiting room of the Washington Surgi-Clinic for my abortion appointment. I filled out paperwork and gave the front desk nurse $11,400 in cash. I asked if it was …

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Dayton Area Abortion Mill Closing Permanently on September 15 

Since Ohio’s Heartbeat law went into effect this past June, Women’s Med stopped performing abortions at their Ohio location and instead referred patients to their Indiana location. Due to Indiana’s recently enacted pro-life law going into effect on September 15th, Women’s Med will now be closing both locations permanently.  “Ohio Right to Life is grateful …

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North Dakota’s lone abortion clinic asks judge to delay the start of the state’s “trigger” law banning nearly all abortions

By Dave Andrusko Red River Women’s Clinic in Fargo, the only abortion clinic in North Dakota, took its case to a Burleigh County District Court judge today, asking Judge Bruce Romanick to delay the start of the state’s “trigger” law banning nearly all abortions. According to the Associated Press, lawyers for the clinic “argued for …

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Louisiana’s Three Abortion Businesses Plan Exit

By Louisiana Right to Life New Orleans – Today, media outlets are reporting that all three abortion facilities in the state are making arrangements to leave after the Louisiana Supreme Court rejected their August 11th appeal. As previously reported, Shreveport’s abortion facility, Hope Medical Group for Women, filed a lawsuit days after the reversal of …

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Tennessee abortion business opening new facility in Illinois college town

By Cassy Fiano-Chesser Jennifer Pepper, the CEO of Memphis-based CHOICES, is planning to open a new facility in Carbondale, Illinois — and not everyone is happy about it. An NPR report said that while people in Carbondale may be conservative, it’s still Illinois — so people think abortion should be legal. Yet a new abortion facility hasn’t opened …

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Scottish Govt. to host second summit on making it a criminal offence to offer support to women outside abortion clinics

No evidence of harassment or intimidation By Right to Life UK The Scottish Government is planning to host a second summit on abortion as part of the First Minister’s crusade to introduce censorship zones in abortion centres across the region. Following an abortion summit in June to which no pro-life organisations were invited, the Scottish …

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Largest abortion chain in Texas packing up, moving to abortion-friendly New Mexico

By Dave Andrusko The wheels were set in motion Friday night when the Supreme Court of Texas overruled an order by a Harris County district judge that allowed abortion clinics to continue killing preborn babies throughout the entire pregnancy. “The state’s highest court agreed Texas never repealed its abortion bans that existed before Roe v. …

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Media reports claim Oklahoma abortion businesses are nearly deserted

By Tori Shaw  In May 2022, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed a law protecting preborn children from the moment of fertilization. This law is currently the most protective abortion measure in the country and prohibits almost all abortions state-wide. Oklahoma is the potentially the first of many states to put in place sweeping protections for …

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Aborted babies kept in cupboard by BPAS abortion clinic in Birmingham

By Right to Life UK An abortion clinic in Birmingham has been found to be storing foetal remains in a utility room. An inspection was undertaken by the CQC into the abortion clinic in Sandwell, Birmingham, run by the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), which is the UK’s largest abortion provider. According to the CQC …

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Florida’s Agency for Healthcare Administration suspends abortion clinic’s operation after three women hospitalized in last nine months

By Dave Andrusko Late on Friday, Florida’s Agency for Healthcare Administration [ACHA] issued an emergency order suspending  the American Family Planning’s operations until an administrative hearing can be held in Tallahassee effective Saturday. “Pensacola’s abortion clinic was ordered to close by the state of Florida after three women were hospitalized in the last nine months …

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Abortion facility responsible for Keisha Atkins’ death agrees to $900k settlement

By Cassy Fiano-Chesser  The family of Keisha Atkins has earned some level of justice for their daughter’s untimely death, as Southwestern Women’s Options (SWO) — the abortion facility responsible for her death — has settled with her estate to the sum of $900,000, according to the ABQ Journal. The University of New Mexico (UNM) also …

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