By Dave Andrusko You would think with ten days to mull it over, the editorial page of the New York Times could up with something better than the lame criticism it offered yesterday bashing a decision in which a federal judge tartly criticized the New York City Council for an outrageous abridgement of First Amendment …Continue reading "The Right and the Wrong “Choice”"
By Dave Andrusko You have to give pro-abortionists credit. Although three federal judges have shot down the NARAL-inspired campaign to intimidate/drive out of business women helping centers, they keep on keeping on. I ran across a link today to a pro-abortion site that announced that “Last week, Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey and Rep. …Continue reading "NARAL’s Obsession with Silencing CPCs"
By Dave Andrusko Because there is so much happening each and every day, I want to make sure that the very important legal victory won yesterday by pregnancy help centers in New York City does not get lost in the shuffle. If you had a chance to read “Federal Judge Issues Injunction against NY City …Continue reading "Federal Judge Issues Injunction against New York City Speech-Squelching Ordinance: Part Two"
By Dave Andrusko A day before a law targeting crisis pregnancy centers in New York City was to go into effect U.S. District Judge William H. Pauley III issued a preliminary injunction, blasting the City Council for passing a law he called “offensive to free speech principles.” The 22-page decision (available at www.nysd.uscourts.gov/cases/show.php?db=special&id=116), came Wednesday …Continue reading "Federal Judge Issues Injunction Against NY City Law Targeting CPCs"
By Dave Andrusko Even as NARAL continue its war on Crisis Pregnancy Centers, CPCs are fighting back. Care Net, six Care Net affiliate pregnancy centers in the State of Maryland, and other national pregnancy center organizations have filed a “friend of the court” brief challenging a 2009 law passed by the city of Baltimore. As …Continue reading "CPCs Fighting Back"
By Dave Andrusko There are now two pro-life legal defense teams suing the City of New York for Bill 371-A, signed into law last week by pro-abortion Mayor Michael Bloomberg. The Alliance Defense Fund, representing two centers and a maternity home, has filed suit charging that the law “threatens non-medical, pro-life pregnancy care centers with …Continue reading "Two Court Challenges to New York City’s Anti-CPC Law"