Any woman will tell you decisions about pregnancy are time sensitive, so it’s critical that women and their families get timely and accurate information. A few years ago, we found in California that many women were not aware of the programs and financial support the state offers.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court is hearing a case that could have significant implications for abortion and reproductive health rights.
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.