Thursday, July 2, 2015
Ohio Health Dept. Acts to Shutter Haskell's Late-Term Abortion Mill Amid Legislative Pressure
By Cheryl Sullenger
Dayton, OH - The Ohio Department of Health has notified the Women's Med Center that its two-year old application for a variance has been denied. Women's Med Center had sought to renew its variance that exempted it from a law that requires abortion facilities to maintain written hospital transfer agreements.
The Women's Med Center is an abortion facility operated in the Dayton suburb of Kettering, Ohio, by the notorious late-term abortionist Martin Haskell. Abortions take place there throughout all nine months of pregnancy.
Operation Rescue has documented numerous medical emergencies at the Women's Med Center and exposed its reliance on variances since none of its abortionists hold hospital privileges and no hospital will enter into a written transfer agreement with the abortion business.
The Department of Health letter dated June 25, 2015, which was released Friday by Ohio Right to Life, gives Haskell 30 days to provide an acceptable written transfer agreement or face revocation of his facility license, which would force his infamous late-term abortion clinic to shut down.
Continue reading to find out what the legislature has done and how it could also close down the last abortion facility in another Ohio city!