Brad Dacus of the Pacific Justice Institute says they immediately headed to court after Gov. Jerry Brown signed a controversial bill into law. The bill (read here) forces pro-life pregnancy centers to act as a referral service for abortions, but does not require abortion facilities to post similar instructions for women who enter a Planned Parenthood facility or similar clinics.
Pro-life clinics, often referred to as “crisis pregnancy centers,” counsel girls and women who have an unplanned pregnancy, with the goal of comforting the girl or woman while providing alternative options to killing the unborn child. Depending on the clinic, services range from pregnancy tests and ultrasounds to adoption services. Most services are usually free.
However we have all by now heard about the exorbitant amount of funds Planned Parenthood receives from harvesting the organs of the aborted babies they reap from their clinical halls. Is it any wonder they do not want to recommend their visitors check into the alternative options offered by pro-life pregnancy centers?
The required signage for all licensed pregnancy centers is as follows:
“California has public programs that provide immediate free or low-cost access to comprehensive family planning services (including all FDA-approved methods of contraception), prenatal care, and abortion for eligible women. To determine whether you qualify, contact the county social services office at [insert the telephone number].”
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