FARGO, N.D. (AP) _ There's only one clinic in North Dakota where women can go to get an abortion.
It's the Red River Women's Clinic in Fargo. The clinic offers surgical and medical abortions and terminates more than 1,200 pregnancies a year.
Procedures are performed on Wednesdays. And every Wednesday the clinic draws a small crowd of people praying or holding signs, intermixed with others who quietly usher women into the front entrance.
Jane Bovard is part-owner of the clinic.
She says the clinic has been the target of break-ins, contentious protests and fire bombings.
Martin Wishnatsky was one of the protesters.
The now 68-year-old says he and others were willing to be arrested for ``peaceful intervention between the child scheduled for execution and the doctor assigned to do it.''