Darling, think of all the money!
The Kansas City, Kansas, Aid for Women abortion business has been training 2 new Wichita abortionists to open their own clinic in Wichita, sometime in mid-2011.
Family practitioner Mila L. Means and anesthesiologist Gregory S. Linhardt are being shown the ropes by 70-year-old Aid for Women clinic owner/abortionist, Ronald N. Yeomans.
According to Lifenews.com, Means reportedly purchased abortion equipment from the now-closed clinic of George Tiller and plans to begin doing abortions on Saturdays, with Linhardt, at her current Wichita medical office, 9916 East Harry St. Suite 105.
Will this new clinic push against our state 22-week viability law?
The initial AP news report says (more…)
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Posted in abortion alternatives, Blog, Kansas abortionists, Planned Parenthood, tagged Aid for Women, Comprehensive Health of Overland Park, George Tiller, Herb Hodes, Kansas State Board of Healing Arts [KSBHA], Kathleen Sebelius, Kris Neuhaus, Krishna Rajanna, Malcolm Knarr, Orrin C. Moore, Robert Crist, Ron Yeomans, Sherman Zaremski, Traci Nauser, Women’s Center for Health on November 6, 2010 |
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Door posting tells of Aug. 31 Lawrence PP closing
Now that the Planned Parenthood of Lawrence, near the University of Kansas (KU), quietly closed 9 weeks ago, Kansas is down to 3 abortion clinics–all in the northeast corner of the state.
The Lawrence PP street-mall facility was not licensed or inspected by the state. It provided contraceptives and chemical abortions with no doctor onsite. The notice on the door attributes its closure to a “lack of need” and recommends the county and KU clinics as well as the PP clinic one-half-hour away.
Too many resident KU students went to this facility, instead of getting help from their family and connecting with sound pro-life physicians. We recommend pregnant women of any age consult the Pregnancy Care Center of Lawrence, where they can obtain physician-reviewed ultrasounds and assistance for a variety of needs. (see this list for other centers across Kansas)
Kansas’ remaining abortion facilities are: (more…)
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