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Roundup: CPCs on the Defensive

NARAL has crisis pregnancy centers in California running scared as Baltimore defends its posting requirements for CPCs. And in Utah, young women forget how to eat and seek medical care once they leave home, so they made a website.

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City of Baltimore and Center for Reproductive Rights Ask for CPC Case Dismissal

The City of Baltimore asks the court to dismiss the Archbishop and Center for Pregnancy Concerns’s case regarding crisis pregnancy centers posting truthful signs.

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Who’s Zoomin’ Who? Rules for Crisis Pregnancy Centers Not Ok, But Compelling False Speech in Abortion Care Is?

The Archdiocese’s suit: If requiring “crisis-pregnancy centers” to provide truth-in-advertising is not ok, then why is it ok to force medical professionals to perform and force women to comply with unnecessary and costly counseling and “medical” procedures, waiting periods, and/or outright false information?

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