It was reported on Wednesday that another big Texas abortion business Whole Woman’s Health was moving the practice from Austin to somewhere on the New Mexico/Texas border to continue its practice of aborting children in the womb. According to Huffington Post, Whole Woman’s Health is the largest independent abortion provider in Texas.
This comes after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Dobbs v. Jackson that there is no federal constitutional right to an abortion and the abortion question now moves back to the states.
The organization is notable for it being on the winning side of the Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt U.S. Supreme Court case in 2016 limiting Texas’ limits on abortion. Now, the State of Texas is getting its last laugh by effectively booting Whole Woman’s Health out of its state due to its pro-life laws.
New Mexico, which has no restrictions on abortion whatsoever after the Democrat-run legislature struck down all protections for women, unborn babies, and medical professionals in 2021, is seeing more abortionists move their practices to the state, such as Jackson Women’s Health Organization which is relocating from pro-life Mississippi to Las Cruces.
“With the shuttering of our four Texas clinics, we do not have the financial reserves to open in New Mexico without community support,” Amy Hagstrom Miller, president and CEO of Whole Woman’s Health, said in a statement, according to the Albuquerque Journal.
Miller further proves that these abortion facilities like Planned Parenthood and Whole Woman’s Health are not profitable without the ability to kill babies in the womb at their centers. For a long time, pro-abortion proponents have claimed these abortion mills provide “a whole range of women’s health care.” But without abortion, these supposed “health care” facilities are closing down in pro-life states because, as Miller notes, it is not “financially” sustainable.
Albuquerque’s Southwestern Women’s Options performs abortions up to birth, while there are a few other abortion facilities in Santa Teresa near the Texas border, while another Planned Parenthood location is set to open in the area.