Law Needed to Protect Women

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Law Needed to Protect Women

Bradley Mattes   |   October 09, 2015

The Planned Parenthood abortion mill in Cincinnati is operating with an invalid state license. In spite of the dangers this poses to women, a judge has allowed them to stay open while the abortion mill appeals the state’s decision. At question is Planned Parenthood’s lack of a patient transfer agreement with any hospital in the city. I’ve had surgery at an ambulatory surgical center with this transfer agreement. It’s important because if something went wrong, it would streamline my transfer to the hospital for critical care. And things certainly go wrong in our nation’s legal abortion mills. Recently a woman from Cleveland died because of a botched abortion and the EMTs couldn’t get her to the hospital in time to save her life. Abortionists shouldn’t get a pass.

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