Urgent Action Needed: Fate of Toledo Abortion Business Now in the Hands of Ohio Department of Health

By Cheryl Sullenger Toledo, OH – There have been new developments in the effort to close a dangerous and deceptive abortion facility in Toledo, Ohio, that require urgent action by pro-life supporters. After the Ohio Supreme Court ruled that the Ohio Department of Health was within its rights to revoke the Capital Care Network of […]

Kentucky Claims Lax Enforcement Allowed Abortion Facilities to Ignore Safety Laws

WDRB 41 Louisville News By Cheryl Sullenger Louisville, KY – In a case of national importance, two Kentucky abortion facilities are in Federal Court in an attempt to argue that enforcement of state laws requiring hospital transfer agreements is a political and religious ploy to “make abortion illegal in Kentucky,” according to Brigitte Amiri, an […]

Trial Begins Today in Challenge of Safety Law that Should Close the Last Kentucky Abortion Business

By Cheryl Sullenger Louisville, KY – The last abortion facility in Kentucky, EMW Women’s Surgical Center in Louisville, will be in Federal Court today to challenge part of a state law that requires abortion facilities to maintain transfer agreements with an ambulance company and a hospital. Nothing less than patient safety and rule of law […]

Dangerous Delay: Kansas 2011 Abortion Clinic Licensing Law Languishes in Legal Limbo

Gov. Brownback asked to look into delay tactics that are placing women at risk By Cheryl Sullenger Topeka, KS – Over 2 ½ years after its passage, a once, high-profile abortion clinic licensing law languishes in a Shawnee County Court all but forgotten while abortion clinics that could not or would not comply continue to […]

Despite Licensing, Carhart’s Late-term Abortion Clinic Not Inspected Prior to Patient Death

Germantown, Maryland – Germantown Reproductive Health Services, (GRHS) where late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart gave a patient a fatal 33-week abortion, was licensed by the Maryland Office of Health Care Quality last July, but was never inspected prior to licensing nor was it inspected as of the time of the patient death on February 7, 2013. […]