After killing babies in abortions for 30 years, the abortion business in Jackson, Wyoming will finally close. The closure comes as the state is defending its abortion ban in court to be able to offer legal protection for unborn children.
The Women’s Health and Family Care abortion business is permanently closing next month due to rising costs, including higher rent for the facility it leases. The closure leaves thre state with just one aboriton business left, located in Casper.
The abortion center sent a letter to customers about the closing, according to a local news report.
“With the rising costs of overhead, including rent, labor, and supplies, our private practice is no longer sustainable,” it read. “We have had the privilege of serving the community for over 30 years and plan to continue doing so, just at different locations.”
There is the possibility that one of the abortionists may open up a private practice, but pro-life advocates are hopeful that doesn’t happen to that the practice doesn’t include ending the lives of babies before birth. Unfortunately, it appears abortionist Katie Noyes will continue kill9ing babies at nearby St. John’s Health hospital.
Because Idaho protects babies from abortions, some Idaho residents had been going to the abortion center. Hopefully the closure will save babies from abortions and help women find better alternatives.
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The Women’s Health and Family Care abortion biz is slated to close December 15, the day after a Teton County judge considers Wyoming’s appeal in the case to uphold the abortion ban and protect women and babies.
State health statistics show 98 abortions in 2021 and 91 in 2020.
Wyoming and several other states are battling in court to legally protect unborn babies from abortion. Currently, 14 other states are enforcing pro-life laws that ban or strictly limit abortions, and others are advancing legislation this spring to do the same.
In June, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in a historic victory for life and returned the power to legislate abortion to the people. Because of Dobbs v. Jackson, states may protect unborn babies from abortion for the first time in nearly 50 years.
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