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Abortion Mills Can’t Meet Safety Standards

Bradley Mattes   |   July 05, 2012

In the wake of horrific abortion mill conditions in Pennsylvania, the state passed a law requiring abortion mills be inspected and meet minimum safety standards. One was so bad it voluntarily closed instead of complying with the law. Last year, two abortionists at this mill were arrested for illegally prescribing drugs. Of the 22 abortion mills in the state, only one met the new safety requirements. Several received only temporary permission to operate, meaning the health of many women will be jeopardized while their babies are killed. It just goes to show the terrible conditions existing in the legal, so-called safe abortion industry. You see, it’’s not only the babies we’’re working to protect. The abortion industry puts women at risk to line its pockets with blood money.

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