Sound the Alarm: Fake "Clinics"Apparently, some "pro-life" extremists are setting up and advertising these "crisis pregnancy centers" across the country. They advertise as if they offer a full range of reproductive health care, but when patients arrive, they are met with anti-choice propaganda, intimidation, and in extreme cases (as above), harassment.
When a 17-year-old Indiana girl walked into what she thought was a Planned Parenthood clinic, her mother and boyfriend beside her, she never imagined that it was a trap — a deceitful setup by anti-choice zealots, who then came to her high school and humiliated her.
You can take action and read more about this sickening practice by visiting the Planned Parenthood Action website -- they're asking people to contact their elected representatives to support the passage of HR 5052, "to direct the Federal Trade Commission to prescribe rules prohibiting fraudulent advertising of abortion services." There's a more comprehensive article here, which I urge you to read if you can.
Whew. I need to sit down. Wait, I am sitting down. Why is the room still spinning?
Edited to add: Oh my God, how much do you need this??
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