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Report: Abortion atrocities like Gosnell's are common in the industry

Pro-life investigation finds hundreds of violations of laws regulating abortion clinics

Report: Abortion atrocities like Gosnell's are common in the industry

In its latest investigative report, pro-life organization Americans United for Life (AUL) provides details of hundreds of violations of state laws regulating abortion clinics.

The 200-page report, titled “Unsafe: The Public Health Crisis in America’s Abortion Clinics Endangers Women,” echoes the case of Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell. In 2013 he was found guilty of murdering babies born alive during abortion and in the death of one of his patients.

It also challenges the narrative put forward by abortion advocates that the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the recent Texas case of Whole Woman’s Health vs. Hellerstedt prevents state legislatures from requiring health and safety standards in abortion clinics.

“This report is the tip of the iceberg as too many state officials are turning a blind eye to this red-light district of medicine,” says AUL’s vice president of legal affairs Denise Burke. “AUL is calling on state attorneys general and governors to order inspections of abortion clinics and on state legislators to enact the enhanced protections for women and their unborn children featured in AUL’s Women’s Protection Project and Infants’ Protection Project.”

“The abortion industry willingly sacrifices women’s health and safety in their ‘back alley’ clinics, prioritizing mere access to abortion over women’s health and safety,” Burke, the report’s author, continues, adding:

This article continues at [Breitbart] Abortion Clinic Exposé: Kermit Gosnell Was Just ‘Tip of the Iceberg’

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