Abortion giant Planned Parenthood feels they are an essential service to their “patients” in Ohio and is continuing to perform the procedure even though the governor asked them to halt elective abortions during the state’s shelter in place order.
The Columbus Dispatch reported that the state’s Attorney General Dave Yost ordered them to stop and follow Ohio Health Director Amy Acton’s mandate. The clinics say it’s an essential service.
“Under that order, Planned Parenthood can still continue providing essential procedures, including surgical abortion, and our health centers continue to offer other health care services that our patients depend on. Our doors remain open for this care,’” said a joint statement from Iris E. Harvey and Kersha Deibel, respectively presidents and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio and Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio Region.