Thursday, June 06, 2013

A few media outlets cover problems at Maryland abortion clinics

The Washington Post and the San Francisco Chronicle have the AP article covering the closure of 4 abortion clinics in Maryland owned by abortionist Stephen Brigham and the license suspension of three abortionists.  The AP article features quotes from Vicki Saporta of the National Abortion Federation and the attorney of the abortion clinics and no quotes from a prolifer. 
Four affiliated abortion clinics in Maryland have been shut down and three doctors have had their licenses suspended after a patient died at one clinic and regulators found lax procedures at all four, according to documents filed online by two regulatory agencies.

The clinics in Baltimore, Cheverly, Frederick and Silver Spring were initially shut down in March. They were later allowed to reopen, but they were shut down again in early May after state regulators received a complaint about a patient who was given a drug used to induce abortions without a doctor present, according to documents posted online by the state Office of Health Care Quality, which regulates the clinics and ordered them to close.

I'm still waiting for an abortion advocate like Amanda Marcotte and Jill Filipovic to blame the problems at these clinics on prolife laws. 

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