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Abortuaries that encourage women to kill their babies without knowledge of any life-giving alternatives are resorting to mandating that pro-life pregnancy centers provide information writ large as to where women can go to kill their babies.

Andrea G. Schwartz
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From The Kingdom Driven Family Blog:

A law has passed in California that now will make its way to the governor for signature. He is most likely to sign it. The law requires pregnancy care centers (those whose mission it is to encourage women not to kill their unborn children) to post in large letters (font size is mandated in the law) information (including phone numbers) as to where women can obtain abortions.

On the official website for the state, you can read the entire bill. What follows is a direct quote from the comments section. Emphasis is mine.

PURPOSE OF THIS BILL. According to the author, California has a proud legacy of respecting reproductive freedom and funding forward thinking programs to provide reproductive health assistance to low income women. The author notes that according to the Department of Health Care Services, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act expansion has made millions of Californians, 53% of them women, newly eligible for Medi-cal. The author states because pregnancy decisions are time sensitiveCalifornia women should receive information about their rights and available services at the sites where they obtain care.
The author contends that, unfortunately, there are nearly 200 licensed and unlicensed clinics known as crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) in California whose goal is to interfere with women’s ability to be fully informed and exercise their reproductive rights, and that CPCs pose as full-service women’s health clinics, but aim to discourage and prevent women from seeking abortionsThe author concludes that these intentionally deceptive advertising and counseling practices often confuse, misinform, and even intimidate women from making fully-informed, time-sensitive decisions about critical health care.

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