BREAKING NEWS From Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati:
“August 20, 2014 (Cincinnati, OH): News outlets are reporting that late term abortionist Martin Haskell will not appeal to the First District Court of Appeals in an attempt to contest Judge Jerry Metz’ decision to uphold the Ohio Department of Health order that his Women’s Med Center abortion facility be closed for operating outside Ohio health and safety laws.
“The Ohio law has been upheld and the decision not to appeal confirms its importance in protecting women’s health and safety,” said Paula Westwood, Executive Director, Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati.
“Concerns still remain, in that Martin Haskell’s Women’s Med Center remains open and could still offer chemical, non-surgical, RU-486 abortions, which are also a a proven serious health hazard, contributing to documented deaths.”
There isn’t a conclusion yet, Haskell’s Kettering facility will likely be open to kill six days rather than the four days it is currently open. Haskell’s Indiana facility, under Indiana law, can abort up to 12 weeks. In Ohio, there is a 20 limit, further if ‘danger’ or ‘health’ of the mother.
As we get more information, we will update accordingly.
Keep up the GREAT work! #SHUTTHEMDOWN