A Planned Parenthood abortion clinic is closing in Wisconsin. The reason? One state pro-life group says the abortion giant has had problems locating an abortion practitioner for the facility and fewer women are seeking abortions.
“Today, we have a cause for great celebration,” Pro-Life Wisconsin State Director Dan Miller said. “We morn the lost of each and every baby killed in that facility.”
Miller recognized the strong pro-life supporters who were praying daily for the facility to close.
“It’s because of those volunteers, who have prayed outside the facility, daily, even while it was shuttered, that’s why it’s closed,” Miller said.
According to Miller, the abortion center, near Appleton, has been closed since September 2015, but Planned Parenthood has repeatedly said it would reopen.