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A pro-life group in Ohio is challenging a new abortion clinic – and not just because it provides abortions.
Founders Women's Health Center (FWHC) in Columbus, Ohio – the first clinic to do surgical abortions in the state after the United States Supreme Court legalized it – recently shut down. FWHC had to close its doors because it could not pay a $40,000 state fine for its shoddy record over 45 years – and this is not to mention the local, state and federal taxes it owes, amounting to about $1 million.
Now, FWHC has opened a new clinic – Your Choices Healthcare – at a different location, but pro-life activists argue that it will be taking the same problems with it.
Mark Harrington of Created Equal told OneNewsNow that the new clinic will provide chemical abortions for about $525.
“That's the plan for them, yes.,” Harrington asserted. “We would call it a pill mill – RU486 or Mifiprex, if you want to call it that – and so they'll be referring for surgical abortions and providing chemical abortions at the facility.”
Another aspect that has caught the attention of pro-life groups is the problematic clinic’s new location.
“This abortion mill moved right next to a daycare – of all places – so they have no respect or common decency for human life, and we're trying to keep them out of this neighborhood, and, hopefully, we're going to be able to do that.”
Pro-lifers will be picketing, side walk counseling and distributing fliers as the abortion clinic continues to facilitate abortions for a price -- right next door to a daycare center where children who were born are being cared for and nurtured.
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