Help Us Close the Last Remaining
Abortion Mill in Mississippi!
February 25, 2013
Every state in the USA has at least one abortion mill.
But that may be about to change, thanks to the action you take in response to this email.
The last remaining abortion mill in Mississippi is in violation of state law and the state is about to act.
Please help us to encourage the State Health Officer to act quickly to protect women and children in Mississippi from the violence of abortion by closing that last remaining mill.
Please do this by placing one, brief, friendly phone call.
The case of this Jackson, MS abortion mill is in the hands of State Health Officer. We simply want to encourage her to take swift action to close the Jackson Women's Health Organization.
It looks like things are moving in the right direction, so remember, this is a friendly call of encouragement.
And please invite all on your email list to likewise make this phone call, so that the officials in MS know they have the support of our movement throughout the nation!
Friends, the state has already given the abortion mill an extension of time to live up to the law that says their abortionists have to have hospital admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. This is a commonsense law directed at the health of the women this "health organization" claims to serve.
But the abortion mill has still failed to do so, and has been in violation of the law for nearly a year. Now the State Health Officer will call a hearing and make a decision about whether the mill will stay open.
Abortionists should not be above the law, or be given a pass when they fail to live up to the same standards that other medical practices follow.
So please click here for the information on how to make that phone call today,
and what to say.
Fr. Frank Pavone
National Director, Priests for Life
P.S. This is the type of action that Priests for Life can take nationwide as we mobilize our movement. To help make it possible for Priests for Life to conduct campaigns such as this one, please click here and be as generous as you can.