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Mississippi issues notice it intends to revoke the license of the state’s last abortion facility
January 29, 2013 at 5:07 AM


by Ben Johnson

JACKSON, MS, January 28, 2013, (LifeSiteNews.com) – Mississippi's last abortion facility received notice on Friday that the state health department intends to revoke its license. If the clinic closes, that would make Mississippi the first state without a single abortion clinic.

Jackson Women's Health Organization could not comply with a state law requiring aboritonists to have admitting privileges at local hospitals, in the case of botched abortions.

Jackson Women's Health.

However, it may remain open until the board completes its final hearings. The process could take a month.

“The first state in America is” about to be “abortion-free,” Fr. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life announced at the beginning of the first-ever Nellie Gray 5K race in Washington, D.C.

Dr. Pat Castle of Life Runners told the assembled runners, who were raising money for crisis pregnancy centers, that the announcement should make them think of "Roger Bannister, when he broke the four-minute mile. Days, weeks, and months later, several other people" did the same, "because they believed they could do it."

"The first state in America is abortion-free," he said. "The other states are going to follow."

"Be encouraged today,” he said,

The bulletin was welcome news to those who had specifically prayed about this facility.

“We are inching closer to victory in Mississippi,” said Rusty Lee Thomas of States of Refuge, which has actively picketed outside the clinic as part of its campaign to target states with only one abortion clinic. “Keep praying and trusting the Lord to shut down the last remaining abortion mill in Mississippi, never again to raise its ugly head to harm God's children in Jesus' name!”

Other states with only one abortion clinic are Arkansas, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming.

Steve Castle of Life Runners saw the hand of Nellie Gray, the founder of the March for Life who passed away last year, in the announcement. "It was no coincidence that Fr. Pavone got that announcement at the beginning of the first-ever Nellie Gray run," he said.

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  • Arroree
    by Arroree
    January 29, 2013 at 5:21 AM

    Sad :(

  • romalove
    January 29, 2013 at 5:24 AM
    Sad and stupid. No clinic does not mean no abortion.

    Quoting Arroree:

    Sad :(

  • candlegal
    January 29, 2013 at 5:33 AM

    One state at a time.

  • Arroree
    by Arroree
    January 29, 2013 at 5:35 AM


    Exactly.

    Quoting romalove:

    Sad and stupid. No clinic does not mean no abortion.

    Quoting Arroree:

    Sad :(



  • romalove
    January 29, 2013 at 5:43 AM


    Quoting candlegal:

    One state at a time.

    Yeah, because states like NY and NJ are just like Mississippi.  And of course, this is the most pressing issue in Mississippi, not that they are completely poverty stricken, have great joblessness, and their education system is one of the worst in the nation.


  • AdrianneHill
    January 29, 2013 at 5:46 AM
    Yay more dead women in ers who have been dumped by their illegal abortion helpers. That is a true sign of a civilized society.

    Look at all of the other countries who have illegal abortions, I'm sure they are beacons of thought and light to the rest of the world. Oh wait, all third world woman hating countries... Yay USA! We'll be just like the third world yet! Just as God intended, an unwanted baby in every belly and a gun in every home. More perfect than heaven
  • candlegal
    January 29, 2013 at 5:50 AM

    the Murder rate going down should be a priority in every state.

    Quoting romalove:


    Quoting candlegal:

    One state at a time.

    Yeah, because states like NY and NJ are just like Mississippi.  And of course, this is the most pressing issue in Mississippi, not that they are completely poverty stricken, have great joblessness, and their education system is one of the worst in the nation.



  • AdrianneHill
    January 29, 2013 at 5:51 AM
    Another true believer who knows it is best that a thousand unwanted babies are born hated or die in illegal abortions than an unmarried woman make a choice about her future that isn't totally centered between her legs as God also intended.
    He hates women but we make him do it from being such stupid whores, right? Yeah.


    Quoting candlegal:

    One state at a time.

  • AdrianneHill
    January 29, 2013 at 5:59 AM
    It should be and hell had been for the least twenty years. It's much better to close the only abortion clinic in a state where half can't read, the worst teen pregnancy rate in the country and the
    this state had been under the thumb of Jesus lovers forever. so we know that no sex but abstinence only has ever been taught these kids. Mostly they are all good Christian kids against their will and a church on every block. But they keep fornicating and making those drug addicted babies, don't they? Will of God seems to be kinda limp in this state.
    Note that there are no legal additions, how long until the murder rate of young children goes through the roof? I give three years tops and many more toddlers sold into sex slavery by junkie parents within that time. You can get thousands in crack for a virgin four year old. Praise be


    Quoting candlegal:

    the Murder rate going down should be a priority in every state.

    Quoting romalove:


    Quoting candlegal:

    One state at a time.

    Yeah, because states like NY and NJ are just like Mississippi.  And of course, this is the most pressing issue in Mississippi, not that they are completely poverty stricken, have great joblessness, and their education system is one of the worst in the nation.



  • romalove
    January 29, 2013 at 5:59 AM


    Quoting candlegal:

    the Murder rate going down should be a priority in every state.

    Quoting romalove:


    Quoting candlegal:

    One state at a time.

    Yeah, because states like NY and NJ are just like Mississippi.  And of course, this is the most pressing issue in Mississippi, not that they are completely poverty stricken, have great joblessness, and their education system is one of the worst in the nation.



    The education rate where you live should be elevated so you'll know what actual murder is.

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