Buoyed by news that the Madison Surgery Center has yet to perform a single late-term abortion, Wisconsin Right to Life garnered enough funds at last week’s Madison event to publish three half-page ads in the Wisconsin State Journal.
The first ad, appearing today, reminds patients that they can and should seek treatment somewhere other than the Madison Surgery Center.
Officials face a myriad of problems in trying to get their abortion plan off the ground:
1. Patients are asking to be treated elsewhere for moral reasons and because they don’t want to face protesters outside the facility.
2. Doctors are taking their practices elsewhere.
3. Medical staff are resigning, signing conscience protection forms, and stating they don’t want to be scheduled to work on days when abortions are being performed. Staff have even stated they will not assist if an emergency following an abortion arises.
4. Officials have not sorted out complicated funding issues.
All of this is good news to Wisconsin Right to Life and many other organizations who have kept the pressure on to ensure that the number of abortions at the Madison Surgery Center remains at zero!
It’s still not to late to contribute to the newspaper ads. You can donate online here.
Get an update on the Madison Surgery Center situation here.