Red River Women's Clinic
512 1st Ave. North
North Fargo, ND 58102
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EMTs Extricate Woman from Abortion Facility into Back Alley Strewn with Trash Dumpsters, 3/24/2017 No longer offering medication abortions as of Oct.29, 2014 No more chemical abortions in North Dakota: court upholds restrictions on abortion drugs
2014-01-17 Red River Women's Clinic NORTH DAKOTA CASE 83
exhibit D 150 pages eggleston depo 1
2013-12-24 Red River Women's Clinic v. Attorney General
EGGLESTON AND KROMENAKER DEPOSITIONS
2013-11-26 Red River Women's Clinic - NORTH DAKOTA CASE 83
exhibit c 31 pages KROMENAKER depo
Red River Women’s Clinic doctor investigated for expired license
Fargo police are withholding details of their investigative findings into a Red River Women’s Clinic doctor with an expired license, saying it will be up to Birch Burdick to determine whether to file criminal charges.
Summons & Complaint -- 2011-07-18 MKB Management Corp dba Red River Women's Clinic & Eggleston v. Burdick
MKB Management Corp, aka "Red River Women's Clinic" abortion clinic, and abortionist Kathryn Eggleston sue Cass County, North Dakota over abortion regulations.
State Decision -- 2013-07-15 Memorandum Opinion - MKB - Red River Clinic & Eggleston v. Burdick
The Cass County District Court rules against abortion regulations, and in favor of the abortion clinic and abortionist.
Supreme Court Brief 1 -- 2013-10-01 Brief of Terry Dwelle, MD regarding Appeal to ND Supreme Court
Abortion lawsuit (MKB, dba Red River Clinic v. Burdick) is appealed to the North Dakota Supreme Court.
Supreme Court Brief 2 -- 2013-10-07 Brief of Terry Dwelle, MD regarding Appeal to ND Supreme Court
Abortion lawsuit (MKB, dba Red River Women's Clinic v. Burdick) is appealed to the North Dakota Supreme Court.
8th Circuit Court of Appeals -- Opinion 2015-07-22 -- explanation of abortion lawsuit
The US 8th Circuit Court of Appeals rules on abortion lawsuit (MKB Management Corp, dba Red River Women's Clinic & Eggleston v. Stenehjem). The court rules against the abortion regulations, based on US Supreme Court precedent.