Comments for: Mississippi’s last abortion clinic faces closure

Posted Nov. 28, 2012, at 9:21 p.m.

JACKSON, Miss. — Mississippi’s sole abortion clinic will have to close unless a federal judge halts a new state law requiring its physicians to obtain admitting privileges to local hospitals, according to a court motion filed on Wednesday. The Jackson Women’s Health Organization renewed its request for a federal judge …

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  • Anonymous

    “Advocates of the new law, including numerous state lawmakers, said it was designed to protect women’s health. But some also have expressed hope it will shutter the Mississippi clinic.”

    Liars.

  • Guest

    That’s one giant step backwards in time…..

  • Anonymous

    Praise God.

    • Anonymous

      And will the Godly types now promote contraception?

      • Anonymous

        Since many “Godly types” have differing views on contraception, I can’t answer your question. Maybe you should conduct a survey. Good luck.

        • Anonymous

          Don’t need to run a survey. The majority of Conservative Christians and Catholics (at least their leadership) are also against contraception.

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