Judge Won’t Stop Implementation Of California Abortion Disclosure Law

Mealey's (January 7, 2016, 10:02 AM EST) -- SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A California law requiring crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) that oppose abortion to disclose the availability of such services took effect on Jan. 1 after a federal judge denied an emergency motion seeking an injunction (A Woman’s Friend Pregnancy Resource Clinic, Crisis Pregnancy Center of Northern California, Alternatives Women’s Center v. Kamala Harris, No. 15-2122, E.D. Calif.).

(Order denying injunction available. Document #93-160127-003R. Memo supporting Ninth Circuit injunction available. Document #93-160127-007B.)

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