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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Lindsey Creekmore vs. Jon Bruning

Many of you will remember that early last summer, I posted an article about Lindsey Creekmore. The RN on staff at the clinic operated by Dr. Leroy Carhart.

On Wednesday, March 19th...Lindsey will finally begin her hearing with the Nebraska State Board of Nursing to determine whether or not she will lose her nursing license. It goes without saying that Lindsey needs all of the support that she can get.

The news was released last May that Nebraska State Attorney General, Jon Bruning, had filed a 12 page petition with the state to revoke Lindsey's license. It is important to note that Jon Bruning has a long history of holding a strong pro-life stance.

Included in this post is the original news clip that I viewed when I found out about the allegations last year. Since then, I've gotten to know Lindsey personally and have spent time at the clinic (as you all know). Anyone who knows Lindsey, knows that these allegations are false. Anyone who has spent time at the clinic knows that those allegations are false.

I am absolutely confident that Lindsey will come out on top of this situation, but in the meantime, she needs all the support she can get. If it's possible for you to be in Lincoln for the hearing, please plan on doing so. I will post more details, such as times and any updates that I get as I get them. Please share this article/hashtag with as many of your pro-choice friends/family members as possible.


Lindsey's News Interview

1 comment:

  1. This is rubbish. If the Attorney General of Nebraska was truly concerned about patient care then he would push legislatures to enact new laws requiring more registered nurses to be on hand. He would also be going after the people in charge not a solitary worker.
    A quick Google check shows that his "care for the health of women" is nothing more than a farce. See for your self:
    or even better:

    That's why I urge every body to register to vote, and vote him out of office.
    The Nebraska attorney general election will take place on November 4, 2014