Illinois Planned Parenthood calls 911 for abortion patient who fainted and was ‘not alert’

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Unconscious Woman Hospitalized After Passing Out at Planned Parenthood

November 19, 2020: Ambulance called to Springfield Planned Parenthood for 18-year old woman who passed out and hit her head on abortion day. Actual recording…

Illinois Planned Parenthood calls 911 for abortion patient who fainted and was ‘not alert’

A central Illinois Planned Parenthood called 911 for the 2nd time in 19 months on November 19, 2020. Operation Rescue was able to obtain limited 911 records as well as a redacted NFIRS (National Fire Incident Reporting System) form, despite the fact that Illinois’ sweeping abortion legislation in the summer of 2019 removed many safeguards for abortion facility accountability and transparency.

Illinois abortionist’s license suspended by medical board after pro-life group’s complaint

( Pro-Life Action League) In response to a complaint filed by the Pro-Life Action League, the Illinois Medical Board (IMB) has suspended the license of abortionist George Backardjiev. The League filed the complaint in October 2018 after learning that Backardjiev had failed to disclose to the Board that he was under discipline in Texas.

In ‘abortion destination’ Illinois, new billboard campaign advertises taxpayer-funded abortions

A new billboard campaign organized by the Chicago Abortion Fund is drawing attention to Illinois Medicaid’s taxpayer-funded coverage of “abortion services” for state residents. According to WBEZ, Chicago’s NPR affiliate, the green and white billboards read, “Abortion is Healthcare. It’s Covered by Illinois Medicaid. We’re Here to Help,” and list the Chicago Abortion Fund’s website.

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