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Pro-Abortion State Senator Sets Sights On Crisis Pregnancy Centers In Massachusetts

August 13, 2022

An abortion expansion bill signed into law by Governor Charlie Baker in July was “a significant victory,” but taking the fight to crisis pregnancy centers remains on the agenda, a pro-abortion Massachusetts state senator said.

“No one in Massachusetts or coming to Massachusetts should ever need worry about whether they will be able to access physical or mental health care related to pregnancy. That worry persists because we still need to provide licensure for at-home midwifery care, create post-miscarriage mental health care, robustly combat so-called ‘crisis pregnancy centers’ or fake women’s health centers, ensure full-spectrum sex education, and far more,” state Senator Becca Rausch (D-Needham) said in a written statement dated Friday, August 12.

Abortion supporters are hoping to bring forth legislation in 2023 that would ban what they call “false advertising” by crisis pregnancy centers, which offer women with problem pregnancies practical help before and after birth as a means to avoid abortion.

One July 6, two crisis pregnancy centers in Worcester sustained significant property damage from overnight abortion-supporting vandals.


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