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Parents Should Know About This Tax-Funded Abortion Training Partnership

ProLifeGenerationNot only is the University of Toledo in Ohio partnered with an abortion clinic that trains students to kill babies, the clinic is mired in scandal.

Life News reported that the Toledo Women’s Center, also known as Capital Care Network, has some serious problems. An excerpt:

In 2011, state officials inspected the clinic, known as Capital Care Network. They found dirty walls, stained carpets, and torn furniture. A bullet hole was apparent through the recovery room exit, leaving the door inoperable in case of an emergency. The state cited Capital Care Network for multiple violations of safety standards, including infection control, cleaning procedures, and personnel training.

For many years, the clinic also employed a convicted sex offender as their main abortionist.

Aside from the hiring choices and negligence, what do students and parents think of this abortion-training partnership?

Abortion is legal, unfortunately, but that shouldn’t stop opponents from trying to at least reduce the number of abortions in this country. Pro-lifers must continue to expose Planned Parenthood and stories like this one. Pro-life parents with children at the University of Toledo now have the facts they need to make informed decisions.

“It is beyond belief that the University of Toledo would send students to a filthy clinic with bullet holes and incompetent physicians,” Operation Rescue president Troy Newman said. “Public universities must observe all state and federal laws to receive public funding. Capital Care Network is obviously operating in an illegal fashion. By entering into a professional relationship with this clinic, the University of Toledo is endangering its own students and finances.”

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