Friday, September 23, 2005

Abortion Facility to Close in Ohio

An abortion facility in Cincinnati will be closing its doors due to proLife successes.

A new state abortion law requiring abortion practitioners to give women information in person about abortion's risks and alternatives prior to an abortion will close down an abortion business in Cincinnati. The director of the center says she doesn't have enough staff to devote to providing the women the information.

Debi Jackson of Cincinnati Women's Services told the Akron Beacon Journal that the facility "would have to essentially become an abortion mill" if she had to dedicate non-abortion related staff to meeting with women in advance to give them the information.

She says she'd rather close up shop than do that.

She would rather "close up shop" then provide women with information which could save their children's lives, and could prevent a woman from doing something so destructive to herself it could impact her the rest of her life!

Abortion facilities do one thing, abortions. They don't want to counsel women on why they should not have an abortion because that is not what they do for a living.

We are glad that they have to close their doors because of what they do for a living. It is another another proLife success!

Please pray for Debi and those who worked in the facility. Pray that they discover God and realize they have to do everything they can to save lives, not destroy them.

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Fifteen minutes. In that time 30 people will die at the hands of an abortionist.

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Sunday, September 18, 2005

Good news for Missouri

This will save some people from the abortionist's hands for a little while anyway:

Missouri Gov. Signs Abortion Bill, Planned Parenthood Files Lawsuit
Jefferson City, MO ( -- Missouri Governor Matt Blunt signed a bill Thursday that would help reduce the number of abortions there by helping parents of teens considering abortion and women suffering from botched abortions. However, abortion businesses wasted no time in taking the measure to court to prevent it from being enforced.

Blunt praised the passage of the bill, calling it a "a good pro-life piece of legislation that will reduce the number of abortions in our state" and help in "cultivating a culture that values human life and the rights of the unborn." The legislation features two key provisions. One prevents adults other than a minor girl's parents from taking her to another state for an abortion. The other requires abortion practitioners to have admitting privileges in a local hospital within a 30 mile radius of the abortion facility.

Michelle Turner-Collins, administrator of Springfield Healthcare Center, an abortion facility there, says the second provision essentially has closed the center. There is no local hospital within 30 miles of the abortion facility that has granted the abortion practitioner there to have admitting privileges. "Effectively, we're closed," she told the Springfield News-Leader newspaper. She indicated the abortion business performs approximately 1,500 abortions annually but that they stopped doing them once the law took effect yesterday. Twenty women had abortions scheduled next week and they are being referred to abortion centers in other parts of the state. Read the complete story.

Thursday, September 15, 2005

ProLife Success Stories around America

As a nation we are still suffering from the effects of Roe vs Wade 32 years later, but many states are having their own success stories in helping stop "abortion as birth control".


31 states have bans against "partial-birth" abortion: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. Of these bans, only 13 are actually in effect, largely due to individual court orders that have blocked enforcement in the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

29 states require that women receive counseling prior to their abortion. Of these, the following 23 states mandate that women wait a specified amount of time (usually 24 hours) between receiving counseling and obtaining an abortion. Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. Only five states require abortion counseling to be done in person: Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, Utah, and Wisconsin. The remaining states which require counseling but not a waiting period are: Alaska, California, Connecticut, Maine, Nevada, and Rhode Island.

Though there are many success stories, we have to keep the pressure on!. We have to speak loudly to our representatives until Roe vs Wade is overturned and abortion is no longer legal in the United States of America.

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