South Carolina Finds All Three of Its Abortion Facilities Violated State Law – Suspends Two Licenses

South Carolina Suspends Facility Licenses at Planned Parenthood, One Other Abortion Shop after Serious Violations Found  [14 Sept 2015] When the Center for Medical Progress began releasing undercover videos that showed Planned Parenthood was illegally profiting from the sale of aborted baby remains, South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley requested an investigation into her states three remaining abortion facilities. What was found during unannounced inspections was so shocking that Health Regulators on Friday suspended the facility licenses of two, and ordered a third to make corrections. The worst offender? Planned Parenthood. Inspectors discovered 21 violations at the Planned Parenthood abortion site in Columbia and fined it $7,500. Some staff lacked required training in CPR, infection control, and fire safety and other important areas. Planned Parenthood was also found in violation of the Women’s Right to Know Act conducting abortions within less than an hour after an ultrasound had been performed. It also failed to note the name of the father on abortion charts related to minor girls, as required, as omission that would hamper law enforcement should they require the information for a criminal investigation into child sex abuse. But in light of the CMP video revelations that aborted babies at some Planned Parenthood facilities were being sold to biologics companies, the inspectors were particularly interested in what happened to the aborted baby remains, which the law requires be incinerated or buried. While no body parts were sold out of the Columbia Planned Parenthood, they did find something else that was disturbing and illegal: The abortion remains were being steam treated and dumped in landfills. This was also the practice...