Abortion Business Closings: What Do They Really Mean?

Abortion Business Closings in Texas – What do they really mean? … Three questions. Why did they close? What are the real consequences when an abortion shop does close? And why—even before there is a pro-life law—do some women choose to get their abortion pills under the table from some shady border town flea market stall? And just to state the obvious contradiction–does it make sense for the abortion lobby to claim the laws have no impact and at the same time to hold those laws responsible for so many past and potential site closures? This begs the original question: why are they closing? A real answer looks at the economics of the abortion industry and the fact there are some pro-abortionists who are so radical that the health and safety of pregnant women appears to be of no concern. Before going further, there’s another element in the equation that needs to be considered. When an abortion center closes, it’s obviously a very good thing that women decide they’d rather carry their babies. But if a couple of small abortion operations shut down so that a giant regional abortion mega-clinic with ten times the killing capacity can open, that’s hardly an improvement. This is something we have written about at NRL News Today in the past, most recently last December: clinic consolidation. For example, Planned Parenthood has opened up more than a dozen giant mega-centers in just the last five years. These huge facilities boast shiny new buildings with designer interiors, private parking and entrances, appealing to a wealthier clientele while still offering access to those arriving on public...