London reporter finds no neutral advice on pregnancy options
CWN - August 31, 2011
Prompted by a proposal to provide independent counseling for women considering abortion, a reporter for the London Daily Mail visited several existing services, pretending to be pregnant, to see whether they would offer disinterested advice. The reporter found that agencies providing abortions were quick to recommend that option, while pro-life agencies emphasized alternatives.
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