Abortion-minded women in Ohio have something to think about before they move forward with the lethal procedure.
The Columbus Dispatch conducted a probe of inspection reports of the abortion clinics remaining in Ohio – an investigation that resulted in disturbing information.
Jamieson Weaver of Ohio Right to Life has taken a look at the report.
“There was one line about a machine that's used pretty frequently [but] covered in dust and dirt, and some of the medical emergency protocols are not being followed – and the reason that the employee stated was, ‘I guess the doctor didn't feel it was that much of an emergency,’” Weaver recounted. “You know, that kind of stuff where these are women's lives that we're talking about.”
Other violations include operating room tables not functioning safely and expired medication, and although these are serious violations, Weaver pointed out another concern.
“Some of them are working with expired licenses, and for some reason, that's not written down as a violation, which is confusing,” the pro-life activist informed. “And there are eight surgical abortion facilities left in Ohio, and some of them are fighting to remain open because they're having issues with their license being expired.”
There has been an increase in surgical clinic inspections since Gov. John Kasich (R-Ohio) took office, but apparently, abortion clinics are getting a pass. ]
Weaver suggests that part of the problem is “bureaucracy in general."