Saturday, August 19, 2006

CLOSED: More Abortion Mills (Florida & Alabama)

A few children will be safe:

Half a dozen abortion clinics in Florida and Alabama have had their doors locked after state health boards became concerned by alleged rule and drug violations, including claims of an illegal late-term procedure in Florida.

The Florida Department of Health issued a
notice confirming that there was an emergency suspension of the license for James Scott Pendergraft, who runs clinics in Fort Lauderdale and Orlando, for allegedly doing an abortion in the third trimester.

And in Alabama, the state Board of Health suspended the license for Reproductive Health Services of Montgomery because the business lacked a physician with admitting privileges at a local acute care hospital.

It's been a difficult August for the abortion industry, with an investigation into what appears to have been a homicide at an abortion clinic in Hialeah, Fla., going on, and the pro-life group Operation Rescue taking possession of a Wichita, Kan., building that for decades was used as an abortion business.

Gratias Deo!!

1 comment:

St. Jimbob of the Apokalypse said...

"Oh, we're all for protecting women's health.."

It's about time that states' AGs start looking real hard at these clinics. Yes, Gratias Deo!!