Crisis Pregnancy Centers

Supreme Court strikes down California crisis pregnancy center regulations

"The US Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a regulation requiring crisis pregnancy centers to give women certain information concerning free or low-cost abortion services and disclose if the center was unlicensed to provide medical services was unconstitutional." Jurist

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At the Supreme Court, California Put Its Abortion Extremism on Display

"California’s law faced its Supreme Court test. While one must always exercise caution in predicting case outcomes, the argument very effectively highlighted California’s extremism, and Justices Samuel Alito and Anothony Kennedy were the principal inquisitors." National Review

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Will precedent or the Ninth Circuit prevail?

"The new law ... will go into effect January 1, unless a court overturns it. Two Christian legal organizations have already filed suit, and now the National Institute of Family and Life Advocates have joined them. ...the first requirement of the law is for the pro-life centers to post a sign referring women to someplace they can obtain free or low-cost abortions."

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