State denies troubled abortion clinic license renewal

An abortion clinic in Indiana has been denied license renewal after an inspection revealed numerous health deficiencies at the center.

Owner, abortionist Ulrich Klopfer ran several abortion clinics in the state and has recently come under fire for failing to report the abortions of young teenaged girls.

In October of 2014, health officials revealed that Klopfer’s South Bend abortion clinic, Women’s Pavilion, was cited for 27 deficiencies causing the state to move to revoke the facility’s license.

Now, it has been revealed that an additional inspection of the facility in June uncovered even more disturbing issues, prompting the state to refuse to renew the clinic’s license.

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The SouthBend Tribune reports more:

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New reports from a 2014 raid on Klopfer’s South Bend abortion clinics below:

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In May, Klopfer’s Friendship Family Planning abortion clinic in Gary, surrendered their clinic’s license to health officials.

In addition, Klopfer has been forced to stop performing abortions after a change in Indiana law required he provide proof of hospital admitting privileges.

Despite his abysmal history, the state recently agreed to dismiss the failure to report charges against Klopfer as long as there are no new criminal charges filed against him within a year.

An appeal is scheduled to be heard on the South Bend license in November.

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