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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Charlotte Taft
The billboards, placed prominently near Delaware's abortion clinics, say it all: "Don't Let Your Job Put You In Prison."
Pennsylvania health officials say renewed inspections uncovered poor conditions at two more Philadelphia-area abortion clinics in the months after a drug investigation revealed a "house of horrors" facility operating in the city.
"Most of the clinics I know of are in business because they care about women," said Ms. Taft, who started as a clinic counselor in 1975 and ran a clinic for 17 years.
However, it's not uncommon for young women to "come into this work right out of college and then leave in a few years," she said.