Baltimore archdiocese challenges law restricting pregnancy-help centers
CWN - March 30, 2010
The Baltimore archdiocese has filed suit in federal court, challenging the city's new restrictions on pregnancy-help centers. The regulations, requiring the centers to advertise that they do not provide abortions, are "hurting the good people volunteering and giving so much of their resources to come to the help of pregnant women," said Archbishop Edwin O'Brien.
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