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Roundup: New York to Push for CPC Disclosure Law

Like Maryland and Austin, New York City will also try passing a city ordinance saying crisis pregnancy centers must advertise they do not provide or refer for abortions.

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Weekly Pulse: GOP Kills Health Care for 9/11 Workers, Rails at “Ground Zero Mosque”

GOP’s blatant hypocrisy about 9/11 first responders, Missouri tries to block health care reform, and lots about crisis pregnancy centers.

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The Wrong Door: The Terror of the White Rose and the Truth Revealed by “12th and Delaware”

The HBO Documentary, 12th and Delaware, provides a rare glimpse of what women face every day in “crisis pregnancy clinics.” The filmmakers don’t propagandize or proselytize. They just show what really happens. Don’t miss it.

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Think It’s About the Babies? Think Again.

A Crisis Pregnancy Center group shows their true colors by harassing a midwife and childbirth educator.

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Maloney and Menendez: Stop CPCs from Deceptive Advertising

Rep. Carolyn Maloney and Rep. Menendez have introduced the Stop Deceptive Advertising in Women’s Services Act to prohibit crisis pregnancy centers from their deceptive advertising tactics.

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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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Limited Services Pregnancy Center Sues County Over Truth in Advertising Law

Montgomery County, Maryland, is being sued by a limited service pregnancy center over a a truth in advertising disclosure law.

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City of Austin Passes Crisis Pregnancy Center Ordinance

In a unanimous vote by the city council on Thursday, the city of Austin, Texas will now require crisis pregnancy centers to post signs that say they do not offer abortion services or referrals to those that provide them.

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Lilith Tour Releases Criteria For “Choose Your Charity” Contest

After generating a firestorm of complaints in the “Choose Your Charity” contest, Lilith Tour organizers have opened up the process suggestions by fans, and have released a list of criteria for suggested charities.  The criteria, however, don’t really make things clearer….

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Austin City Council Considering “Truth in Advertising” Ordinance for CPCs

The city of Austin, Texas is considering passing an ordinance to require so-called crisis pregnancy centers to post a notice that they do not provide birth control, abortion services or referrals to abortion providers.

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