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actual 2005 Kansas abortion clinic "recovery room" without clean sheets or professional monitoring

With news that two state-licensed physicians, Mila L. Means and Gregory S. Linhardt, are training  to open an abortion venture in Wichita, it is worth noting that

Kansas still has no law to inspect and license abortion clinics.

Any Kansas clinic that is essentially the office of a state-licensed physician is under the authority of the state Board of Healing Arts, and, since 2006, required to adhere to minimum safety and sanitation standards.

Abortion businesses, however, are notorious for cutting safety corners and using untrained, low-wage staff (see last week’s Florida example).  In part, this is because aborted women are resistant to protesting shoddy treatment and unhygienic facilities for fear of exposing their abortion.

This is why the fight to regulate abortion clinics has been so important and why  Kansans for Life – after years of having Sebelius prevent clinic regulation —quietly participated with a subcommittee of the Board, to design rules to at least help protect women.

In Dec. 2005, these “office-based-surgery rules” began to apply to  Kansas’ doctor-office surgical abortion clinics (numbering 6 in  2005, now 2) (more…)

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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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