RED OAK, IA, June 3, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Two former Planned Parenthood abortion facilities are set to close
this month, just six months after the abortion giant quietly laid off all but a single employee and stopped offering telemed abortions at both locations.
Iowa Right to Life announced the impending closures in an email to pro-life activists, which featured a photo of a sign on the door of the Red Oak facility informing clients that the center is being “consolidated” with another facility in Council Bluffs effective June 18.
“In the past 2 years alone, we have seen TWELVE Iowa Planned Parenthoods close for good, many of which sold webcam abortions,” wrote Iowa Right to Life President Jenifer Bowen. “We want to publicly thank the faithful Pro-Lifers who went out to the sidewalks in both Red Oak and Creston, in all kinds of weather, to offer women life-saving alternatives. It's in no small part due to their ongoing peaceful, prayerful presence these abortion facilities are shutting down.”
In addition to the two clinic closures, the pro-life group reported that Planned Parenthood’s Bettendorf and Sioux City abortion centers have stopped offering surgical abortions.
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