Ohio Abortion Pill Complications Reported in 2020 Raise Possibility of Incomplete Reporting

By Cheryl Sullenger Columbus, OH – According to new records obtained by Operation Rescue, 74 women suffered complications after taking the abortion-inducing drugs Mifepristone (RU486) and Misoprostol that were dispensed by Ohio abortion facilities in 2020. Ohio requires abortion facilities to fill out and submit “Report of RU-486 Event” forms for each woman who suffers […]

Heavy Bleeding After Abortion at Notorious Ohio Late-Term Abortion Business Hospitalizes Woman

By Cheryl Sullenger Dayton, OH — An ambulance was called to the Women’s Med Dayton (WMD) abortion facility on January 13, 2021, for a woman who was suffering heavy bleeding after an abortion. The WMD worker who called 911 seemed shaken and often stammered during the request for an “urgent” transport of a 25-year old […]

Two New Scandals Involving Former ODH Head Amy Acton Again Keep Late-Term Abortion Mill Open

By Cheryl Sullenger Dayton, OH — The Women’s Med Center, now known as Women’s Med Dayton, is an abortion business in Dayton, Ohio, that should have closed last year for failure to meet licensing requirements.  Its abortionists held no hospital privileges, nor did it have a valid variance that would have allowed it to stay […]

USA Today’s “Fact Check” of Operation Rescue’s Reports on Former Ohio Health Director Is “Fake News”

By Cheryl Sullenger The USA Today has taken a sudden interest in a series of articles originally published at www.OperationRescue.org and reprinted by www.LifeNews.com related to former Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton, who resigned on June 11, 2020.  In particular, USA Today decided to “fact check” four claims made in a December 5, […]

Ohio Health Director Resigns After Operation Rescue Published Disturbing Information from Interview with Acton’s Estranged Mother

Press Release, By Cheryl Sullenger Columbus, Ohio – Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton resigned suddenly today, citing inability to cope with the overload of work the job required.  Acton will reportedly stay on as Gov. Mike DeWine’s “Chief Health Advisor.” This came a week after Operation Rescue called for her resignation after publishing […]