Louisiana is Abortion Free, All Three Abortion Clinics Close After Order to Stop Non-Essential Surgeries

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Louisiana is Abortion Free, All Three Abortion Clinics Close After Order to Stop Non-Essential Surgeries

Louisiana is officially the first abortion-free state in the country. Over the weekend, state officials issued an order mandating that all non-essential surgeries cease in the state while it battles the outbreak of the coronavirus. Several states have issued the same directive but only Ohio and Texas have indicated it also applies to abortions.

Louisiana Abortion Clinic Caught Killing Babies, Violating Order to Stop Non-Essential Procedures

Last weekend, Louisiana officially became the first abortion-free state in the countr y. Officials issued an order mandating that all non-essential surgeries cease in the state while it battles the outbreak of the coronavirus and they indicated it also applies to abortion.

Ohio Abortion Clinics Ordered to Stop Killing Babies: Abortions are Not “Essential” Procedures

Despite orders requiring that all non-essential and elective surgeries be stopped in the state of Ohio to address the coronavirus, abortion centers continued killing babies in abortions. Today, the Ohio Attorney general put a stop to that. As LifeNews.com reported, abortion facilities are ignoring Ohio Health Director Amy Acton’s mandate, which went into effect Wednesday.

Ohio Abortion Clinics Refuse to Comply With Attorney General’s Order to Stop Killing Babies in Abortions

Abortion businesses in Ohio are refusing to comply with an order from Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost to stop killing babies in abortions. They say abortions are somehow essential medical procedures that complies with the state’s order to stop all non-essential medical procedures.

Texas, Ohio orders on surgeries prompt new abortion fight

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – Orders by the governors of Texas and Ohio to stop all non-essential surgeries in those states have unleashed a new battle over access to abortions during the coronavirus pandemic.Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued a statewide order Sunday to curb the use of medical supplies hospitals will need as they prepare for escalating infections in the spreading of COVID-19.

Massachusetts Shuts Down Non-Essential Health Care, Allows Abortion Clinics to Keep Killing Babies

Massachusetts hospitals may not perform “nonessential” procedures like colonoscopies or knee replacements, but they may continue to perform abortions. Massachusetts Bureau of Health Care Safety and Quality director Elizabeth Kelley released a memorandum March 15 explaining that all procedures that are “nonessential, elective invasive” procedures will be postponed or canceled while Massachusetts is under a state of emergency, according to MassLive.

Pennsylvania Planned Parenthood Defies Order to Stop Elective Procedures, Still Killing Babies in Abortions

Planned Parenthood and other abortion businesses in Pennsylvania are still open and still doing abortions – despite new regulations prohibiting elective procedures. On Thursday, March 19, the Governor ordered all ambulatory surgical facilities to prohibit any elective procedures as part of his new executive government mandate on closures due to the COVID-19 mitigation plan.

California Gov Orders Non-Essential Businesses to Close, But Planned Parenthood is Still Doing Abortions

All non-essential businesses and travel have been shut down in California by Gov. Gavin Newsom to combat the spread of the coronavirus. Yet, Planned Parenthood is making it widely known that its facilities remain open throughout the state to continue killing unborn babies in elective abortions.

Planned Parenthood Refuses to Close Because It Considers Killing Babies in Abortions “Essential” Services

While much of the world is focused on saving people from the deadly coronavirus, Planned Parenthood is still committed to destroying unborn babies’ lives through abortions. Many states have shut down schools, banned large gatherings and urged non-essential businesses to close. In Maine, for example, Gov.