It's not mentioned in the judge's opinion, but WMCD is the same abortion center that committed an abortion on a woman who was unable to consent back in 2015. The woman reportedly "showed signs of recreational drug abuse" (Percocet, Suboxone, and possibly heroin). She was so high, she was "not able to walk, or to make coherent conversation." She was "semi-conscious with a low blood pressure."
Where I'm from, deliberately inserting instruments into a half-conscious, intoxicated woman's vagina is called rape—but as too often happens, Haskell faced zero consequences.
The wheels of justice move at a snail's pace. Still, we are one step closer to shutting down this menace to women and babies, and that's something to celebrate. We will continue to update you on this legal battle as it progresses.
Meanwhile, Haskell isn't only focused on the courts. He's also financially backing Democratic congressional candidate Aftab Pureval in his attempt to unseat Republican Rep. Steve Chabot. The race is currently considered a toss-up.