State Health Department Says No to Abortion Chain

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State Health Department Says No to Abortion Chain

Bradley Mattes   |   January 25, 2018

The Indiana Department of Health is saying no to a chain of abortion mills trying to expand into South Bend.  In response to their application for an abortion license, the Commissioner said the chain “failed to meet the requirement” that they’re “of reputable and responsible character.”  He further stated the requested supporting documents “provided inaccurate statements of information.”  The abortion chain’s trying to fill a gap left by an abortionist who was criminally charged in two counties and had his medical license suspended.  The abortion chain has had its own legal problems in Texas by failing health and safety inspections.  The obvious trend here is an abortion industry utilizing unethical and unsafe methods to line their pockets at the expense of babies and their mothers.

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