So far this year, abortion business closures have outpaced new openings by more than four to one.
Twenty-one abortion facilities have CLOSED since the beginning of 2017, including 7 that did surgical abortions, 5 that did medical abortions, and 9 that referred women to abortion providers.
- Two of the 21 facilities were evicted for non-payment of rent.
- One was evicted due to pressure from pro-life activists.
- One was shut down by the state for conducting abortions without a license.
Only five new ones have been known to OPEN.