Entries Tagged ‘abortion clinic regulations’

Pro-life blog buzz 3-24-15

by Kelli Kansans for Life reports that the late George Tiller’s “rubber stamper” abortionist, Ann Kristin Neuhaus, is continuing her attempts to get her medical license revocation overturned: This past January, the [KS Board of Healing Arts] issued a second revocation against Neuhaus on the single issue of incomplete medical files for those 11 teens. […]

Abortion extremists storm Tennessee capitol… because it worked so well for them in Texas?

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Yesterday was the first day of session for the new Tennessee legislature.

It was particularly notable for those involved in the abortion issue because it symbolized a new day for the Tennessee pro-life movement in the wake of Amendment 1’s passage last November.

The “undue burden” of a regulated abortion clinic

~ RH Reality Check’s Andrea Grimes, itemizing the “undue burden” placed on pregnant mothers who have to travel further to get an abortion at a regulated abortion clinic in Texas, as opposed to a closer unregulated clinic. The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of these regulations on October 2, effectively shuttering 13 unstandardized […]

Pro-life blog buzz 8-22-14

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

  • Americans United for Life remarks on the Iowa court win upholding the ban on webcam abortions in the state. The ban was put in place by the Iowa Board of Medicine:

    During the litigation, Planned Parenthood admitted that, under its preferred method of chemical abortion, a physician never physically meets with a woman. Moreover, staff members — such as certified medical assistants (CMAs) — conduct physical exams or ultrasounds instead of doctors or other licensed healthcare providers.

Moral of the story: Don’t depend on abortion for birth control or have sex with creeps

drive long distance abortion andrea grimes rh reality checkOn June 3, RH Reality Check’s Andrea Grimes wrote about the “abortion access crisis” in East Texas where, due to clinic closures, women are being forced to “travel hundreds of miles roundtrip to Houston, Dallas, or Shreveport for legal abortion care.”

Save one, the examples Grimes gave to draw sympathy didn’t, at least from me:

Pro-life blog buzz 4-1-14

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

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  • Americans United for Life is glad that a higher court upheld the Fifth Circuit Court’s ruling on Texas’ abortion clinic regulations:

    “Women in Texas will now be protected from abortion industry misuse of life-ending drugs and will be provided greater protections from deadly events inside under-regulated, under-monitored and under-supervised clinics, run by profiteers,” said Dr. [Charmaine] Yoest. “I’m not surprised that an all-woman panel of judges understood the nuances of laws designed to protect women.”

Pro-life news brief 3-20-14

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat A Lutheran charity has purchased the former Delaware abortion clinic where Kermit Gosnell worked part-time. In Arizona, all health clinics are inspected without warning – that is, except for abortion clinics, which get a 10-day warning: Inspectors work through observations, interviews and reviews of documents, like patient files […]

Stanek weekend Q: Is regulating abortion clinics futile, counter-productive even?

Abolish Human Abortion has posted this graphic (click to enlarge):

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AHA explains its position on clinic closures here. It lists several reasons, all of which I think are either incorrect or wrong-headed:


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