Planned Parenthood Abortion Business Closing Another Center

State   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Sep 6, 2017   |   11:39AM   |   Delaware, OH

The Planned Parenthood abortion business is closing another center, this time in Ohio. The nation’s biggest abortion company has closed clinics across the country this year despite claiming it provides only healthcare for women and is critically-needed.

According to local pro-life advocates in Ohio, the Planned Parenthood abortion businesses is closing its clinic in Delaware. That particular facility has not made a formal announcement of the closing but local pro-life advocates confirm that the closing is forthcoming.

“While Planned Parenthood has not made a formal announcement, reports from patients were confirmed with a phone call by Greater Columbus Right to Life that the Delaware, Ohio, office of Planned Parenthood is scheduled to close at the end of September or beginning of October,” Greater Columbus Right to Life indicated.

Like every Planned Parenthood Clinic, it refers women for abortions at Planned Parenthood locations that destroy the lives of unborn children.

“The Delaware office does not perform surgical abortions, but does refer patients for abortion to Planned Parenthood abortion facilities. Last year, 149 women living in Delaware had abortions,” the pro-life group indicated,” the group added.

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The pro-life group continued:

The news was cheered by Greater Columbus Right to Life volunteers, many of whom have regularly prayed for the clinic’s closure as individuals, with church groups, with other organizations, or as part of GCRTL’s recently organized, “Delaware County Prays for Life,” an intentional hour of prayer focused on affirming the dignity of human life and closing the Delaware abortion referral clinic.

Just last week, Planned Parenthood tweeted against efforts to eliminate the taxpayer subsidy to the abortion giant, noting that “closing women’s health centers in rural areas blocks access to basic care (and) costs the state more money.” In the meantime, the group quietly planned to close yet another rural health center. Do not be confused – this is not the first rural health center closed in Ohio in recent years. This isn’t even the first rural health center closed in central Ohio THIS year, as the offices in Chillicothe were closed down in January. In recent years other offices to have closed include Galion, Withamsville, Oxford, and more. In fact, Planned Parenthood appears to have closed or merged 38% of its Ohio offices since 2005, most of them rural, small-town, or under-served areas.

Greater Columbus Right to Life will hold a prayer vigil at the location once its closing date is confirmed.