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  • An Indiana man named Leonard Beaty has been found guilty of molesting a young girl who became pregnant and had an abortion at age 11. The girl apparently continued to be molested after the pregnancy and abortion, thanks to the abortion clinic, which seemingly didn’t inform law enforcement about a pregnant 11-year-old. The girl is now 13.

  • The House of Representatives voted yesterday to ban teaching health centers from using tax money to train abortionists:The author of the measure, Rep. Virginia Foxx, R-NC, said she wanted to make it “crystal clear that taxpayer money is not being used to train health care providers to perform abortion procedures.” …

    The amendment also states that no funds available under the grant program can be used to perform abortions and that teaching health centers will not be eligible for funds if they discriminate against providers that deny abortion services.

  • Pilgrim Medical Center, a NJ abortion clinic, was cited in 2009 for various deficiencies

    A patient’s chest was not hooked up to an EKG monitor, but an EKG status was written on that person’s medical record anyway.

    State inspectors found a series of health violations at Pilgrim Medical Center on Bloomfield Avenue, including some that posed immediate risks to patients. Before they were ready to be inserted into patients, 10 needles were removed from their packaging and placed in an unsterile plastic container. Employees were exposing medication to possible contamination by opening vials with their bare hands after having wiped them with alcohol.

  • Frederick Dyer writes on how abortion became illegal in the United States:[Horatio Robinson] Storer, the American Medical Association, and the state/territorial medical associations were wonderfully successful. Connecticut and Pennsylvania passed strict anti-abortion laws in 1860. By 1880, nearly every state and territory had new legislation that made it a serious crime to induce abortions unless the mother’s life was in danger. Most of these stringent state laws against abortion were virtually unchanged until Roe v. Wade overturned them in 1973.
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