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Hospital Network Props Up Abortion Clinic That Broke the Law to Keep It From Closing

An Ohio hospital caved into abortion activists’ demands Monday and approved an agreement that will allow a Toledo abortion facility to remain open. WTOL News reports the ProMedica Board of Trustees agreed to a transfer agreement with the abortion business, Capital Care Network of Toledo, late Monday after abortion activists protested outside the hospital. Pro-abortion […]
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