Abortionists getting away with murder

Wednesday, November 22, 2017
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

abortion clinic examination roomAmericans United for Life has issued a report on abortion clinic safety that is designed to educate Americans on the dire need to regulate the facilities.

Americans United for Life – the legal arm of the pro-life movement since 1971 – issued the report which, according to Steven H. Aden, the pro-life group’s chief legal officer and general counsel, counters the claim from the industry that abortion is one of the safest outpatient practices in America.

“This report documents 754 clinic violations – including 39 Planned Parenthoods and 34 license revocations of abortionists for unsafe and dangerous practices,” Aden pointed out. “Moreover, there are 65 chronic offenders – we call them abortionists – that are repeatedly cited by state health agencies for unsafe and dangerous practices.

Aden maintains the bottom line is that claims that abortion clinics are safe are simply not true. In addition, they are usually staffed by fly-by-night abortionists who fly in, do the abortions and then leave – with no further patient care.

Americans United for Life hopes that the report motivates people get involved. to become informed and take action.

“[We must become more informed, take action], and … call for more regulation – more of a close look by state health agencies at these abortionists … and a closer examination of what really goes on behind the doors of an abortion facility,” Aden urged pro-life advocates.

The report, “Unsafe: How the Public Health Crisis in America's Abortion Clinics Endangers Women,” is available on the Americans United for Life website.

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