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Florida Planned Parenthood forced to stop doing abortions

Life Legal attorneys secured a victory against a Florida Planned Parenthood facility when abortionists agreed to a settlement that permanently bars them from committing surgical abortions.  MMB Properties and Planned Parenthood own separate medical practices within a large medical complex in Kissimmee, Florida. The complex has in place a restrictive covenant prohibiting all outpatient surgeries, …

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Life Legal Calls on Alabama Health Department to Shut Down PP

NAPA, Calif., Dec. 7, 2018 — Life Legal is calling on the Alabama Department of Public Health to suspend or revoke the licenses of three abortion facilities in the state: Planned Parenthood Birmingham, Planned Parenthood Mobile, and Reproductive Health Services in Montgomery. We are representing Fr. Terry Gensemer of CEC for Life and Troy Newman …

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Life Legal Helps Huntsville, AL Become Abortion Free!

The Alabama Women’s Center for Reproductive Alternatives in Huntsville, Alabama is shutting its doors on June 30, 2014. The abortion clinic will surrender its license rather than face a revocation hearing with the Alabama Department of Public Health.   The clinic would need significant modifications to comply with the Women’s Health and Safety Act that goes …

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Life Legal Assists Fight to Close Another Alabama Abortion Clinic

Another Alabama city is on the verge of becoming abortion free. The Alabama Women’s Center located at 612 Madison Street in Huntsville, Alabama is scrambling to remain open. On May 19, 2014, Dalton Johnson, the abortion clinic’s administrator, filed for a change in license with the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) to move the …

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Birmingham’s Banned Abortionist Remains a Danger to Women

Life Legal Defense Foundation is calling on the Alabama Department of Public Health to ensure the safety and medical well-being of Birmingham’s women and children by commencing inspections immediately at the facility where Bruce Norman has been illegally performing abortions.  The building, located at 1001 17th Street S in Birmingham, has been at the center …

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West Virginia: A Chance to Improve the Safety of Women

Abortion is not safe for women as case after case has proven this year. We watched with horror while Kermit Gosnell’s practices were laid bare. We continue to fight to close illegal clinics such as the New Woman All Women clinic in Birmingham, Alabama. Testimony from former clinic workers in a Delaware Planned Parenthood will …

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As Abortionist Faces Suit by Alabama Department of Public Health, A Mississippi Victim is Rushed to the Hospital

Earlier this week an Alabama judge began reviewing arguments in a hearing for a permanent injunction against Birmingham’s illegal New Woman All Women abortion clinic, its operator Diane Derzis, and abortionist Bruce Norman. Today, Life Legal Defense Foundation released photos (link courtesy of Operation Rescue, pictures courtesy of Pro-Life Mississippi) of a female victim being …

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Birmingham Abortion Business Argues that the Alabama Department of Public Health Does Not Have Jurisdiction to Enforce Health and Safety Rules

Birmingham Alabama’s dangerous, sub-standard abortion facility, New Women, All Women Health Care (NWAW), continues to put women’s health in danger even while the State Department of Public Health battles to get it closed. The Department of Public Health (DPH) closed the clinic a year ago for health and safety violations, forcing the owner Diane Derzis …

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