(Worthy News) - Missouri's Department of Health and Senior Services did not allow the state's last remaining Planned Parenthood clinic to renew its license to perform abortions.
The state allowed the clinic's license to lapse at the end of May due to concerns stemming from an earlier investigation that found health violations at the clinic, the St. Louis American reported. Officials cited the clinic for 30 health violations in the past year, according to a May 2019 report, with four violations involving failed abortions. Two of the failed abortions resulted in patients being hospitalized.
State officials insisted on investigating health violations further, but were stonewalled by physicians at the clinic, who cited patient confidentiality. [ Source: Washington Free Beacon (Read More...) ]
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