From the Chicago Tribune:
"The abortion industry tut-tuts it all as a deplorable, yet a single, isolated incident. It ignores the clinics being investigated for botched abortions or hazardous facilities in Alabama, New Mexico, Minnesota, Maryland, Colorado and Florida. There may be more, since abortion record-keeping is abysmal.
Even Illinois, by law, doesn't keep records of infants born alive during an abortion, an Illinois Department of Public Health spokeswoman said in an email. Amazingly, Illinois abortion clinics hadn't been inspected for up to 15 years before the Gosnell case broke, an Associated Press investigation found."
Investigations of abortion clinics nearly nonexistent - Chicago Tribune
The article goes on to say that because of the Gosnell case, the Dept. of Public Health finally acted and that two of nine clinics were closed, at least temporarily, for violations that "threaten the public interest, health, safety and welfare."
It comments, "Some supervisory, sanitation and other violations sound eerily similar to Gosnell's."
So in Illinois pregnancy termination centers hadn't been inspected in 15 years. I hope that Illinois is the only state with such slipshod oversight, and as I've said, none of us knows yet.
But I hope if there are problems, they're all exposed because we can surely all agree that that this is a benefit to the public welfare.