Baltimore cannot tell crisis pregnancy centers that they must post statements outside their buildings saying they do not provide abortions, judges rule.
I wonder if they keep separate books to make sure the money goes to the right place…
Taxpayer-funded crisis pregnancy centers are using religion to oppose abortion and contraception, and many of them only hire Christians.
The senate voted for the flawed, forced ultrasound bill, 23 to 12.
Despite a lack of resolving the issue of offering free ultrasounds that don’t comply with the law, an Idaho senate committee is sending the bill for a full vote.
Sometimes people need a reminder that there is more to reproductive health than caring for a pregnancy.
An absolutely fascinating look at how Pennsylvania developed the first set of state-funded “crisis pregnancy centers.”
The Texas Independent reports today on violations ranging from fire safety to client privacy in Texas’ many “alternatives to abortion” contractors.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) and Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) have introduced a bill entitled the “Stop Deceptive Advertising in Women’s Services Act” (SDAWS), which would crack down on clinics (so-called crisis pregnancy centers) which falsely advertise themselves as a honest providers of information and services for women facing unintended and untenable pregnancies.
A judge will decide whether the nation’s longest waiting period will be put on hold until its constitutionality is ruled on.