Banks, Walorski praise ISDH denial of license to proposed South Bend abortion business

January 11, 2018

Washington, D.C. – Rep. Jim Banks and Rep. Jackie Walorski both issued statements yesterday praising the Indiana State Department of Health’s denial of an operating license for Whole Women’s Health Association to operate an abortion business in South Bend.

Rep. Banks’ statement:

“The sanctity of innocent human life, beginning at the moment of conception, is precious and must be protected. Life is a constitutionally-guaranteed inalienable right, and it extends to the lives of our nation’s unborn. The Indiana State Department of Health’s decision ensures only safe, quality health clinics receive licenses and protects Hoosier families, particularly women and unborn babies.”

Rep. Walorski’s statement:

“Every human life is precious and deserves our protection. The Indiana State Department of Health made the right decision to defend the sanctity of life and protect women’s health by rejecting this application.”

In October, Walorski sent a letter to the State Health Commissioner urging the ISDH to deny the application. The letter is available here.

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