Abortion Clinic That Got Supreme Court to Overturn State Health Codes Found Guilty of Dozens of Health Violations
Whole Woman’s Health, the Texas-based abortion chain that challenged abortion clinic regulations to the U.S. Supreme Court, violated dozens of health and safety standards over the past five years. New state inspection reports obtained by pro-life advocate Abby Johnson’s And Then There Were None show numerous failures to properly sterilize equipment, rusty spots on medical equipment that had the “likelihood of causing infection,” rips in exam tables and more.
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