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Letter: I am disappointed Moorhead welcomed an abortion clinic within its city limits

Kathy Cook writes, "It was sad this clinic was welcomed into Moorhead without even being required to get a license from the city, county or state."

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I'm so disappointed with the city of Moorhead for allowing the Red River Women's Clinic, an organization that prides itself in ending the lives of the smallest of human beings, to so quickly move their grizzly operations to our city.

It was sad this clinic was welcomed into Moorhead without even being required to get a license from the city, county or state.
Since the federal government has allowed states to think for themselves, it was so nice to see North Dakota stand strong in ridding their state of the abortion mill in Fargo.

Instead of killing innocent children why not use the money from donations and grants received to help these moms raise their babies themselves, or to help the thousands of parents waiting to adopt children, with fees of up to $45,000 to do so.

Planned Parenthood and the Red River Women's abortion mill are not friends to humanity. Their goals are to make profits off those who are in desperate need of real help.

Today our government endorses this. We need less government and less evil in Moorhead.

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Kathy Cook lives in Moorhead.

This letter does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Forum's editorial board nor Forum ownership.

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