Ohio Right to Life’s Strategy for Closing Abortion Mills Showcased on Cover of The Columbus Dispatch
Today, the front page of the Columbus Dispatch spotlighted Ohio Right to Life’s strategy for closing abortion mills. The article notes that Ohio will soon have fewer abortion mills than perhaps anytime since the immediate years after the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling.
Despite Roe being the so-called “law of the land,” the right to life movement is making real strides to end abortion. This week alone marked the end for two late-term abortion mills in Ohio. Whether by initiating a Late-Term Abortion Ban or by ensuring that abortion mills are adhering to basic health and safety standards, Ohio Right to Life’s strategy for ending abortion is working. We are truly gratified.
Everyday, pro-life Ohioans are facilitating the closure of these abortion clinics, as well. As 40 Days for Life rolls on, Ohio Right to Life is encouraged by all of the pro-life Ohioans who are praying, sidewalk counseling and making new efforts to save the lives of the unborn. Undeniably, pro-lifers throughout Ohio are making a difference.
None of this amazing work could have been accomplished without the advocacy efforts of our affiliated chapters and the special care of pregnancy help centers around the state.
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