(Worthy News) - The Ohio Supreme Court rejected an abortion clinic's argument that it should be able to remain open without hospital admitting privileges.
In an announcement released Wednesday, the state’s highest court voted 4-3 to decline to take up an appeal in the case of Women’s Medical Center of Dayton v. State of Ohio Department of Health.
At issue was the state’s refusal to renew the Women’s Medical Center’s ambulatory surgical facility license due to the abortion clinic failing to get a transfer agreement with a hospital. [ Source: Christian Post (Read More...) ]
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