Abortion advocates in North Carolina take aim at crisis-pregnancy centers
CWN - October 26, 2011
Abortion advocates in North Carolina have complained that pregnancy-help centers give misleading information to women about abortion alternatives.
The report from the NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina Foundation—which could be the prelude to calls for legal restrictions on the pro-life centers—charges that the pregnancy-help facilities do not disclose to potential clients that they are not medical facilities. The pro-abortion group also complained that the centers alert women to the link between abortion and breast-cancer: a connection that abortion advocates insist does not exist.
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