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Friday, June 30, 2006

Clinics promoting birth not abortion get more state funds

Lets hear it For the State of Minnesota!

North Side Life Care Center and 36 other groups that steer pregnant women away from abortion will get a combined $4.75 million from the state over two years. Lawmakers and Gov. Tim Pawlenty approved the "Positive Alternatives Act" last year.

At North Side, located in a former dentist's office, a $129,180 grant will help expand prenatal care and other services - including free ultrasounds, infant formula and car seats - to more expectant mothers. The staff here are on a mission to persuade low-income pregnant women from north Minneapolis and nearby suburbs to have babies, not abortions.

"We know that abortion kills babies, but it also hurts women," said Cindy Lorsung, the center's executive director. "I know that women suffer and I don't think they need to suffer."

The grants can't go to groups that provide abortions or refer women to others for abortions, but they can mention abortion among the list of options. North Side clients get a Minnesota Department of Health brochure showing images of fetuses from two weeks to birth, describing abortion procedures and their risks, and warning of "emptiness and guilt" after an abortion.

Cradle of Hope, a Roseville-based group that provides cribs to pregnant women statewide, got the biggest amount -- $285,000.
This is EXCELLENT news! Hopefully the tides will turn and perhaps I can see an end to Abortion in my lifetime!

We still have a long way to go to stop abortion, but slowly with actions like these and what OAS has recently done it appears the Baby Killers are loosing the Battle!

Read all this here.

BYE BYE BABY KILLERS!

Hello Pro-Life Pregnancy Center.

GOD works in his own ways. A baby death mill was recently forced to close down when they fell behind in the rent and the building was sold to .........OPERATION RESCUE!

Operation Rescue relocated its offices from Southern California to Wichita in 2002 and launched an effort to expose the abortion industry in Kansas.
In an effort to raise awareness about the true nature of abortion, the group bought a parcel of land located next to
Central Women's Services (the Death Camp) and placed a large billboard warning women of the dangers of abortion.

It didnt take long for the clinic to see a drop in business, so much so they fell behind in rent. As the land became available OSA bought it with the stipulation the current tenant ( the clinic) cannot stay!
It is now a Memorial site to all the Dead lives that were never given a chance. The lot with the billboard has become a crisis pregnacy center.

READ

Thursday, June 15, 2006

Woman given RU-486 in Third Trimester!

Woman given RU-486 in Third Trimester!

"The Summit Medical Center had its license suspended on May 17 by the Alabama Department of Health, with a hearing pending on June 20.

Allegations against the clinic include statements that a nurse practitioner, not a doctor, gave an ultrasound to a woman in the third trimester of pregnancy and concluded she was only six weeks pregnant. The practitioner then gave the woman the abortion drug RU 486, intended for use only within the first nine weeks of pregnancy, despite the woman’s dangerously high blood pressure.

A report by the state health department said the woman checked in to a hospital emergency room six days later with the head of a baby protruding and “delivered a stillborn, macerated, foul smelling, six pound, four ounce baby.”

A lawsuit was brought against the Birmingham center in June of 2004, after a woman died of a perforated uterus following an abortion at the center. The doctor who performed the abortion, also named in the suit, had his license to practice medicine suspended in the states of Alabama and Mississippi in 2004."

Abortionist Malachy DeHenre was accused of “gross malpractice” by the Medical Licensure Commission of Alabama after three women required complete hysterectomies to control severe haemorrhaging following abortions, and Leigh Ann Stephens Alford died.

Summit has abortion clinics in Connecticut, Georgia, Michigan and Nevada, as well as the state of Alabama.