In the last SEVEN DAYS, three of Ohio’s abortion facilities [Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland] will no longer offer or perform surgical abortions. At this time it is not clear if these same facilities will offer the RU-486.
Clearly, keeping constant, consistent peaceful vigils closes abortion facilities.
News of facilities closing encourages us to do more, not just where we witness but all over the country. Witnessing at other facilities is both edifying and educational; there is always room for improvement and you may have something to share as well.
Next month, both Texas and Louisiana will have to comply with new prolife laws; both states have filed cases against the new impending laws in order to keep killing. If the law is upheld, many of these facilities will close.
Soldiers, keep up the great work and remember that God knows the results, don’t lose heart, NEVER stop what you’ve been called to do!
August 28, 2014 | Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati
Cleveland Surgi-Center: Right to Life of Northeast Ohio reports that Cleveland Surgi-Center, one of Cleveland’s three abortion facilities, has closed and moved to a new location in Warrensville Heights.
According to Ohio Right to Life, Surgi-Center’s new location:
- Is not doing surgical abortions
- Serves as the first appointment center for those considering abortion and sends them to Akron Women’s Medical Group for the abortion
- The first appointment costs $225.
- The Center claims it is not doing RU-486 chemical abortions but are doing injections, what are understood to be methotrexate*.
Though chemical abortions will continue at this abortion mill, we share in rejoicing in the significant effect on surgical abortions in Cleveland, currently the method of choice for most abortions in Ohio.
Columbus Complete Healthcare for Women: Columbus Right to Life reports that Complete Healthcare for Women that abortionists Mervyn & Milroy Samuel will no longer be performing abortions after this week. The abortion facility’s Ambulatory Surgical Facility license is to expire August 31st and does not appear to be in renewal.
Greater Columbus Right to Life staff confirmed this information with an employee at Complete Healthcare for Women, and the abortionists’ website no longer indicates “pregnancy termination” in the list of services. Columbus Right to Life also notes that this change appears to be voluntary on the part of the abortionists, rather than result of enforcement action by the Ohio Department of Health.