The nationwide “war” on pro-life pregnancy assistance centers continues, spearheaded by the national abortion rights group, NARAL pro-choice America. UPDATE July 27: women helped at these centers to visit Congress
NARAL president Nancy Keenan has announced she has sent 59,000 signatures to the main two Internet directories (YellowPages.com and SuperPages.com) demanding they remove pregnancy center listings.
In an earlier email to supporters, Keenan had solicited the signatories, complaining about alleged internet fraud in that
pregnancy centers are “flooding the internet… to trick unsuspecting women…Their number one goal is to make women too guilty or scared to choose abortion by providing medical information that is inaccurate and manipulative. We need a federal bill to put an end to [these]deceptive ads everywhere.”
Lifenews.com reports that Keenan is pushing the so-called Stop Deceptive Advertising for Women’s Services Act, filed by abortion supporters, New York Democrat Rep. Carolyn Maloney in the House, and New Jersey Democrat Sen. Robert Menendez in the Senate. Both versions would have the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) fine pregnancy centers for supposedly engaging in false advertising. UPDATES: Pregnancy centers rebut deception charges here. And here. (more…)