Pennsylvania closes Planned Parenthood clinic after multiple failed health inspections

by ian

Planned Parenthood recently announced that it was closing a facility in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. This facility, according to Life News, was responsible for more than 800 abortions every year on average.

As for why this facility is closing, Planned Parenthood cites the “reality of the post-Dobbs landscape.” But a closer look revealed that this particular site has failed eight health inspections since 2017. These failures, which included a failure to report a botched abortion and a failure to obtain informed consent, sometimes carried serious infractions,

This isn’t just a problem for this site, though. Abortion sites in the state have cumulatively failed over 110 state inspections since 2011.

This marks the 17th Planned Parenthood location to be closed in Pennsylvania since 2010.