Caitlin H. just wanted to get an STD test while she was home for winter break from grad school in Texas. She googled "free STD tests near me" and found what was listed as a "woman's health clinic" near her old high school and a hospital.
As the U.S. Supreme Court begins hearing NIFLA v. Becerra on Tuesday, we need to remember what is at stake.
In New Hampshire – and at more than 2,700 locations across our nation – women are walking into fake women’s health centers, misleadingly called “crisis pregnancy centers,” believing that they are receiving medically sound, neutral advice about pregnancy. But these centers really exist to serve one purpose: preventing a woman from accessing abortion.