Entries Tagged ‘abortion clinic closings’

Pro-life blog buzz 8-5-14

pro-lifeby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

  • Bound4Life writes about Planned Parenthood’s lawsuit against the state of Arizona in which they are seeking to prevent the enforcement of legislation that would require them to prescribe the chemical abortion pill RU-486 according FDA safety guidelines. So much for caring about women’s safety.

Abortionist: Closed KC abortion clinic not needed

by Carder We basically just reached a place where we weren’t needed anymore. ~ Abortionist Ronald Yeomans, lamenting the fact that fewer patients and other factors at the Aid for Women abortion facility led to its closing, Kansas City Star, August 2 [Photo via Operation Rescue]

Abortion supporters alarmed by surge in abortion clinic closings

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The growing number of abortion clinic closures in recent years has apparently reached critical mass. Liberals and the mainstream media are taking notice with alarm.

And either the clinics are closing at such a fast pace abortion supporters can’t keep up, or there have been so many they can’t count them all.

Either way, They can’t get the numbers straight. And it’s all good.

Think Progress, August 26:

Two more Planned Parenthoods close; number of clinics down 23% from high

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I was researching something last week and stumbled on an announcement by Planned Parenthood of Northeast, Mid-Penn & Bucks County in Pennsylvania that it was shuttering its Carlisle clinic. This is not an abortion mill; it is what pro-lifers call a “feeder” – a conduit to PP abortion mills. But its closure is still a boon for the health and welfare of that community. And Planned Parenthood’s political influence will be removed from the area.

Planned Parenthood announces 6 closures; another sued for forced botch

closedFrom Wisconsin came welcome news this week that four Planned Parenthood clinics will soon close. From Huffington Post, February 18:

Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin announced the closure of four family planning health centers on Monday as a result of the state legislature’s elimination of funding to the health care provider.

The clinics in Beaver Dam, Johnson Creek, Chippewa Falls and Shawano, which serve approximately 2,000 patients, will close between April and July of this year.

Eleventh 40 Days for Life launches today

40Today the 11th 40 Days for Life campaign kicks off.

I mention it because IMO 40 Days is one of the best things the pro-life movement has going.

At abortion clinics where 40 Days prayer warriors have maintained a presence, 6,749 documented lives have been saved, 76 abortion workers have left the industry, and 28 abortion clinics have closed (including one just 1-1/2 weeks ago) – all since 2004.

NYC’s oldest and largest abortion clinic stops due to pro-life protests

With the autumn 40 Days for Life campaign just underway, this great news provides more evidence that sustained pro-life presence in front of abortion clinics hurts business, whether we think so at the time or not.

From New York Daily News, October 1, comes this article, the title and subtitle of which provides pretty much all the information you need to know: “Sunset Park clinic will no longer offer abortions, instead only outpatient surgical care: Protesters drove away doctors and patients, says clinic owner”:

Life Links 1-16-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat The Northern Illinois Women’s Center abortion clinic in Rockford will be closed permanently. This is after the clinic had done a variety of tasks required to meet health regulations including plans to hire an abortionist with surgical privileges at an in-state hospital: According to an email sent to […]


Who Is Jill Stanek?

Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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