Texas-based abortion business files appeal in South Bend license denial

January 27, 2018

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Right to Life has learned the Texas- based abortion group known has Whole

Women’s Health Association (WWHA) has filed an appeal to the Indiana State Department of Health’s (ISDH) denial of licensing.  WWHA is seeking the license to open an abortion business in South Bend.  The appeal will now be considered by an administrative judge.

The Department’s denial letter states: “Based upon the Department’s review, the Commissioner finds WWHA failed to meet the requirement that the Applicant is of reputable and responsible character and the supporting documentation provided inaccurate statements and information.”

“We are confident the state is well within its right to deny a license to this abortion business,” states Indiana Right to Life President and Mike Fichter.  “We will continue to ramp up community opposition to abortions in South Bend and pray the appeal is denied and the license application is permanently rejected.”

In the denial letter provided to WWHA by the state, it is noted that a person may not provide abortions unless holding a license issued by the state.

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