16 Democratic attorneys general claim pro-life pregnancy centers are ‘misleading consumers’

(Christian Post) – More than a dozen Democratic attorneys general have signed onto a letter condemning pro-life pregnancy centers for spreading what they say is “misinformation and harm.” In a letter published Monday, 16 attorneys general expressed concern about the rise of “anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs)” they claim are “misleading consumers and delaying access to critical, time-sensitive reproductive healthcare.”

Led by California Attorney General Rob Bonta, the attorneys general of Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Nevada, Oregon, Vermont and Washington also signed on to the letter.

The signatories signaled their support for the business review website “Yelp’s efforts to ensure that customers receive clear information about the limitations of the services and staff available at CPCs.” The letter comes as Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is…

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