Two Abortion Providers In Texas, Mississippi Have Revealed How They Plan To Stay In Operation

An abortion provider in the state of Texas, along with the last remaining clinic in Mississippi have both announced they will be shutting down and moving their operations to New Mexico, where, as of now, abortions are still legal.

This, of course, is the result of the landmark decision in the Dobbs case made by the Supreme Court that overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade case that turned over the ability to regulate abortion to the states, determining that the Constitution does not provide a right to murder the unborn.

According to Just the News, Whole Woman’s Health, an abortion provider in the state of Texas, revealed on Wednesday they would be shutting their doors and moving across the border to New Mexico, where they plan on providing first-and second-trimester abortions.

“The group is hoping to raise three-quarters of a million dollar for its relocation efforts. The new clinic will potentially serve residents of Texas, Arizona, Oklahoma and other relatively close states that have now instituted abortion bans,” the report said.

In the state of Mississippi, its last abortion clinic shut its doors Wednesday, which was one day before a trigger law was due to take effect that bans almost all abortions across the board.

“The woman who led the clinic, Shannon Brewer, is involved in the Supreme Court case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization that led to the recent overturning of Roe v. Wade, which for decades provided a constitutional right to abortion,” Just the News reported.

Brewer spoke with reporters over at the Washington Post a few weeks back and said the clinic is working on plans to relocate to New Mexico.

Well, it looks like pro-lifers have a lot of work to do in New Mexico, as it seems the child murderers of the left are seeking to make it a refuge state where they can carry on about the business of sacrificing kids on the altar of convenience.

“Since the Supreme Court last month returned power to the states to decide abortion laws, many companies have volunteered to pay for their employees to travel to receive abortions,” the report revealed.

“Beyond proximity, New Mexico became a short-list choice to relocate clinics after Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham last month signed an executive order that protects medical providers in her state from ‘discipline due to an out-of-state resident receiving abortion services in New Mexico,’” Just the News stated.

The order also goes on to say that the state will “not entertain extradition attempts from other states relating to receiving or performing reproductive services.”

“In the states that immediately border New Mexico – Utah, Arizona, Oklahoma, and Texas – most abortions have been outlawed. In neighboring Colorado, however, abortion remains legal at all stages of a pregnancy,” the report said.

While it was and still is a great victory for those of us who believe in the sanctity of life, it’s time for those of us who are pro-life, who recognize that every single human life matters, especially those in the womb who are being denied their right to life, to get back to work.

The Supreme Court decision did not ban abortion. It removed a major hurdle that now allows us to work in the states to bring this scourge to an end. Places that clinics are retreating to should be high on the list of areas where we work to ban this barbaric practice.

This story syndicated with permission from michael, Author at Trending Politics

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