Disclosure in every outlet in which they advertise, the potential for fines if they don’t properly adhere to the law: in many ways, CPCs are being asked to behave like reproductive health-care clinics.
Ohio anti-choicers would rather that women get misinformation than real reproductive health care.
CPCs in the state are defending their right to lie in the face of a new Oregon bill.
It is now up to the governor to sign or veto the bill. Does he really want to pay for another court challenge?
First, one city. Maybe later the whole state?
Lawyers for the Center for Reproductive Rights and the City of Baltimore defended an ordinace that requires crisis pregnancy centers disclose they are not health clinics.
In the first of its kind lawsuit, the SPLC calls gay conversion therapy a fraud. Meanwhile lawmakers try to protect crisis pregnancy centers from regulation under consumer protection laws. Are we on to something here?
The central question in a lawsuit is whether or not a “Christ-centered ministry” that offers parents a chance to “earn” baby supplies through bible study should receive a federal, taxpayer-funded loan to buy and renovate a building and expand services with an anti-choice agenda.
I was raped during my freshman year of college. To add to the burden, I got pregnant.
Surely no one will be confused by the identical buildings, right?