Defending Life SpotlightNebraska-DL-2021
The state does appear to have a substantive regulatory framework for abortion businesses, but AUL’s public records request to the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services pursuant to the Nebraska Public Records Law, R.R.S. Neb. § 84-712 et seq., yielded only four inspection reports. Those reports included citations of two facilities for failing to submit required Report of Induced Abortion Forms to the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services. One facility was cited for having expired medications in its emergency kits, and another had expired biologicals in both facility exam rooms. At the Bellevue Health Center, the inspector noted that tissue specimens in the freezer were inconsistently labeled, with one missing a label entirely. Upon questioning, the Director of Nursing informed the inspector that there was no policy in place for labeling tissue specimens.
NUMBER OF REPORTS: 4
DATE RANGE: 2013–2015