Ohio Revokes License of One of State’s Last Few Abortion Facilities

womensmedCOLUMBUS, Ohio (Dayton Daily News) Ohio has revoked the operating license of one of the state’s few remaining abortion clinics on the grounds that it failed to obtain a required transfer agreement with a nearby hospital for emergencies.

Women’s Med Center of Dayton has 15 days to appeal the order, which was signed Wednesday by Rick Hodges, the director of the Department of Health. The clinic said it will do so.

Hodges said the license is being revoked because the facility failed to name an adequate number of physicians to provide the backup care necessary to qualify for an exception to the hospital rule. His order fell in line with the recommendations of an independent hearing officer.

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  • TheBottomline4This

    Over time, one by one, each domino will fall and fail 🙂

  • Live2Tell

    Hallelujah!

    Making a profit from death is just pure evil.

  • jael2

    This is just a start. Haskell will appeal. The same thing happened back in 2008.
    In the meantime, this house of horrors is still in operation.
    For those reading this, please pray earnestly that God will raise up a just judge to hear the appeal, and that this late term baby butcher and his accomplices will be out of business.
    The battle isn’t over yet!
    Pray without ceasing…

    • Ira Pistos

      Yes. Well said.

  • lee metzger

    One by one they will fall. Time to end the selfish slaughter of the innocents.

  • james blue

    Perhaps they should compel hospitals to take emergencies, oh wait they do, so why the need for the agreement?