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  • Lawyers for the state of Illinois and a Rockford abortion clinic will meet before a judge today told to talk about the suspension of the clinic’s license. The Northern Illinois Women’s Center has been closed since the end of September after failing a health and safety inspection.
  • The cause of the fire at the abortion clinic in Pensacola has yet to be determined. Abortionist Steve Brigham, who was recently charged with multiple counts of murder, is the owner of the clinic. According to a Philadelphia Inquirer timeline detailing Brigham’s various run-ins with authorities, Brigham purchased the facility in March of 2011:

    The cause of the fire remains under investigation. Local, state and federal agencies are helping with the investigation.

    “We have not determined that it’s arson,” said Deborah Cox, a spokeswoman for the state fire marshal’s office. “The investigation is continuing in that regard.”

  • Rich Lowry discusses how the Santorum family lost a child and the recent “controversy” caused by the idiotic comments of Alan Colmes:

    How is a family supposed to deal with the death of a child? Among some on the left, there’s an instinctive reaction against how the Santorums handled their loss because the logic of abortion rights denies that there is any loss worth troubling over. The Santorums accepted their grief, and when life presented them with another wrenching challenge, accepted it in turn.

  • Planned Parenthood’s monster affiliate, Planned Parenthood of the Heartland, keeps getting bigger:

    Planned Parenthood of Arkansas and Eastern Oklahoma has joined Planned Parenthood of the Heartland to create an affiliate that spans four states and includes three centers in Tulsa and one in Broken Arrow.

    No decision has been made regarding whether the merger will make abortion services available at the Tulsa and Broken Arrow centers, and there is no timeline to make such a decision, a spokeswoman said….

    The merger, announced in June, brings together 34 centers in Nebraska, Iowa, Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma.

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