Democrats on Judiciary Committee pass impeachment articles
WASHINGTON (December 13, 2019) — Impeachment charges against President Donald Trump went to the full House on Friday, following approval by Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee.
Pro-life activists in Ohio are up in arms over an notorious abortionist getting his medical license back while New Mexico activists are raising awareness of an abortionist.
The abortionist Martin Haskell, who claims to have developed the partial-birth abortion method, has lost an abortion clinic that was shut down by the state and also lost his state license.
Margie Christie of Dayton Right to Life tells OneNewsNow she was “disgusted” to learn the Ohio Dept. of Health is giving Haskell his license back.
“I mean, I don't understand how the director of health,” says Christie, “can waste our tax dollars and our state's resources for three years to get a decision in her favor ,and turn around and re-issue another license. I mean, it's just really incredible.”
Meanwhile, members of Abortion Free New Mexico are presently in El Paso, Texas for three days to protest abortionist Franz Theard, who delivers babies in local hospitals but also ends their lives at clinics in El Paso and New Mexico.
Abortion Free spokesperson Tara Shaver says the goal of the protest is to raise public awareness that Theard is not just a popular El Paso OB/GYN but is also an abortionist.
“He's doing abortions on minors in New Mexico who are evading Texas laws," Shaver advises.
Texas is bordered on the north and east by states that, like Texas, place strict limits on abortions, but Shaver says the abortionist has found a way around it: an abortion clinic in New Mexico.
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