A pro-life activist group wants The Buckeye State's health chief to be replaced.
The state has fought a four-year-long legal battle, including two trips to the Ohio Supreme Court, to shut down the Dayton abortion clinic, owned by late-term abortionist Martin Haskell. But when the shutdown seemed imminent, the health director issued a license to the facility.
"The abortionist and the Ohio Department of Health Executive Director Amy Acton worked together to come up with an assumed name to this clinic, and she licensed this clinic under this assumed name," explains Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue. "The clinic never lost a day of business."
Sullenger's organization has investigated further and has discovered a number of things, including Acton's political leanings.
"She worked for the Obama campaign during the 2008 election cycle," the pro-lifer relays. “More recently, she was employed by this foundation, and she was the grant manager for non-profit organizations, including the Ohio organizations of Planned Parenthood and NARAL."
Both of those are abortion activist organizations.
Operation Rescue contends Acton has let down the citizens of Ohio, so the pro-life group is encouraging people to contact the Ohio Department of Health and request that Action resign. If she does not step down, then Sullenger believes Governor Mike DeWine (R) should replace her.