Anti-choice activists are excited to announce they have secured a prime spot right across the street from the only abortion provider in Northern Minnesota.
Baltimore cannot tell crisis pregnancy centers that they must post statements outside their buildings saying they do not provide abortions, judges rule.
A new House bill will protect local crisis pregnancy centers from “interference” from local government agencies.
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.
If you wondered why ultrasound bills are popping up everywhere, it’s to open the door for more opportunities to trick women into visiting crisis pregnancy centers.
The Idaho Senate may vote as early as Monday, May 19th on a forced ultrasound bill despite the fact that its original author admitted he had no idea exactly what sort of ultrasound he was mandating, nor how women would pay for them. Opposition is building against it.
The proposed ultrasound bill will give a list of crisis pregnancy centers that provide free ultrasounds. But the ultrasounds won’t meet the legal requirements needed to obtain an abortion.
It looks like the South Dakota legislature has built upon its last unconstitutional, litigated piece of anti-choice legislation and in its infinite wisdom passed an even more egregious piece of anti-choice legislation.
Crisis pregnancy centers say they’re all about helping women and children, but their legal justification says otherwise.