It’s always sunny in San Francisco!
Now, I’m not being as flip about the significance of the abortion debate, I’m really not. If you’re anti-choice, that’s your prerogative, and I totally respect that. To you, in fact, the news out of Frisco is probably not something to be happy about.
Still, in times of such bizarre political upheaval, it’s kind of refreshing to see a law … well, you know, upheld. The city’s Board of Supervisors passed a 10-1 reaffirmation last week on a proposal that “would bar pregnancy crisis centers from engaging in false or misleading advertising practices.”
In other words, crisis pregnancy centers will be legally required to put their cards on the table in terms of the degree of services they provide.
From SF Gate:
The legislation targets centers that oppose abortion, and the idea is to assure that women with unplanned pregnancies don’t seek counseling there with the expectation that they’ll be provided a …