According to a new report by The Dallas Morning News, Albuquerque’s newest abortion facility, Whole Woman’s Health, which opened on March 23, is servicing mostly Texans at the New Mexico abortion center.
The piece notes that “nearly all of its patients have come from Texas, said Amy Hagstrom Miller, the organization’s founder and CEO.”
The group is also targeting women in Fort Worth and Austin by serving them social media ads promoting killing unborn babies in New Mexico, where it is legal up to the moment of birth. The ads reportedly read, “Think access to safe legal abortion is a thing of the past? Think again.”
As we reported in March, The facility is performing first and second-trimester abortions up to 18 weeks of the child’s gestational age. It plans on expanding those services to late-term abortions “up to 24 weeks in the near future.” Also offered at Whole Woman’s Health are abortion pills at up to 11 weeks while setting a “starting goal” of killing up to 75 babies per week.
The group “now operates clinics in Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota and Virginia and provides abortion pills by mail.”
Recently, a Texas judge halted the dangerous abortion drug mifepristone due to “legitimate safety concerns” to women.
However, Whole Woman’s Health is bucking the order, with Miller claiming, “We don’t take our orders from that judge…. [We]’re still offering medicated abortion.”