Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Pro-Life Groups Want Birmingham Planned Parenthood Closed, Cite Failed Health Inspection

By Cheryl Sullenger
Operation Rescue

Birmingham, AL - A pro-life group is calling on the Alabama Department of Public Health to shut down the Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Birmingham after serious infection control issues and other violations were uncovered there.

The CEC for Life, led by Fr. Terry Gensemer, held a press conference on Wednesday to discuss 15-pages of deficiencies found at the Planned Parenthood facility during a September 23, 2016, state health inspection.

Genesmer noted that Planned Parenthood is a repeat offender, and cited a long history of health and safety issues at the Birmingham abortion facility.

Read the full Birmingham Planned Parenthood deficiency report by clicking here

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