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message 1: by [deleted user] (new)

Today, NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina released their undercover investigation into crisis pregnancy centers, and it’s pretty friggin’ scary.

Read more: http://feministing.com/2011/10/24/nar...


message 2: by Melki (new)

Melki | 149 comments Seems like the old bait-and-switch taken to the extreme. Enter a pregnant Jew, leave a pregnant Christian - without ever having seen a doctor!

That may be the saddest part to me. Women who want to keep their babies are not getting any medical attention.


message 3: by [deleted user] (new)

This has to be violating numerous laws as well as the Constitution!


message 4: by [deleted user] (new)

Related video: Carey Pope on PoliticsNation

http://youtu.be/6j7IQMeZV4w

Carey Pope, executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina, discusses anti-choice "crisis pregnancy centers" (CPCs) with Rev. Al Sharpton on MSNBC's PoliticsNation. NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina Foundation's report about how CPCs are misleading women in the Tarheel State is garnering headlines across the state and the country.


message 5: by Susan O (new)

Susan O (sozmore) Thanks for posting these. NC is considered a swing state. We had a democratic legislature for many years until 2010 and they are working overtime trying to change as many things as they can. Oddly enough, after going for the rep. presidential candidate for many years, we actually went for Obama in 2008, so the push is hard here to reverse a lot of things.

I think there is a lawsuit pending because of the license plates, because there is not a Pro-choice option with funds going to Planned Parenthood.


message 6: by Susan O (new)

Susan O (sozmore) Actually, the urban areas in NC are pretty liberal, but they're surrounded by a LOT of rural areas, tobacco country, etc.


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