by Steve Jordahl, correspondent
Second-largest clinic in the world will target four neighborhoods in Houston.
Planned Parenthood is reportedly building the second-largest abortion clinic in the world in Houston.
The six-story building will be located in the middle of four neighborhoods that are at least 80 percent black or Hispanic.
Dr. Marcella Colbert, director of the Respect Life Office of the Diocese of Houston, said the abortion giant has been shifting strategy recently.
"This is a reorganization that's been going on," she said, "consolidating everything into one big clinic."
Part of the reason could be new laws that hold abortion clinics to a higher medical standard.
"Abortion is now being covered," she said, "in the very same way as any other medical procedure."
Lou Engle, founder of the pro-life organization Bound4Life, is organizing a march on the mega-clinic slated for Jan. 18, Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
"We want to subpoena the conscience of America on Martin Luther King's holiday," he said. "We want to say that it's not right to have an abortion supercenter that targets the minority community."
Engle will be joined by Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council; Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference; Richard Land, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission; Bishop Harry Jackson, senior pastor of Hope Christian Church; Star Parker, president of the Coalition for Urban Renewal and Education; and Abby Johnson, former director of Planned Parenthood in Bryan, Texas.
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