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By Micaiah Bilger, LifeNews, Aug. 21, 2019

DAYTON, OHIO – The Ohio Supreme Court handed down a victory for women and unborn babies Wednesday when it refused to hear a case involving the license of a late-term abortion facility.

Back in 2016, the Ohio Department of Health revoked the license of the Women’s Med Center, near Dayton, for failing to meet the state health and safety standards. However, the abortion facility challenged the action in court and has been operating without a license since that time.

On Wednesday, the state Supreme Court ended the case when it refused to hear an appeal by abortionist Martin Haskell, who runs the Kettering facility. The ruling puts state health officials one step closer to closing the facility where about 3,000 unborn babies are aborted every year.

“We are extremely grateful that the court saw what the trial judge and the appellate court both saw: that Haskell and his operation are a threat to maternal and child well-being,” said Margie Christie, executive director of Dayton Right to Life and president of the Right to Life Action Coalition of Ohio. “We thank the Department of Health and the Attorney General’s Office for pursuing this matter and working to close this blight on our community.”  ….

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