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From our Friends at Dayton Right to Life
Margie Chirstie, Executive Director


Tomorrow morning (Wednesday), the City of Dayton Commissioners will be hearing an informal resolution asking Premier Health to enter into a transfer agreement with Women's Med Center. Read the resolution in the attachment. In the past, Premier Health has always refused to do so. We need to support Premier Health in their decision to refuse a transfer agreement and let the City Commissioners know that this resolution is not wanted. Please contact the City Commissioners listed below and tell them that abortion is not healthcare, and Premier Health should be applauded for their support of all life in our area, born and unborn. The city's attention should be directed at their current corruption issues and internal integrity rather than "pressuring" area non-profit businesses to support a facility that kills 45-50 babies a week and provides little, if any, other women's health services.

Mayor Nan Whaley * nan.whaley@daytonohio.gov * 937-333-3653
Commissioner Matt Joseph * CommissionerJoseph@daytonohio.gov * 937-333-3659
Commissioner Jeffrey J. Mims, Jr. * CommissionerMims@daytonohio.gov * 937-333-3644
Commissioner Chris Shaw * CommissionerShaw@daytonohio.gov * 937-333-3659
Commissioner Darryl Fairchild * CommissionerFairchild@daytonohio.gov * 937-333-3640

You are also invited to attend the City Commission meeting tomorrow morning (May 8th) at 8:30 am. The meeting will be held at: 101 W 3rd St., 2nd floor, Dayton, OH 45402 

Contact: Meg Wittman, Executive Director, Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati, 513/728-7870.

Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati is a grassroots organization, which exists to ensure that pro-life principles of protection and dignity for all innocent human life are upheld and kept before the public. Jack Hart, President, Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati. Facebook | Donate | Subscribe | CincinnatiRightToLife.org