Sunday, December 27, 2009
It appears that crisis pregnancy centers in Baltimore are in crisis themselves. The Baltimore City Council is singling out these few agencies that provide distressed women with hope and options.
Pro-life leaders are vowing to fight a measure passed Nov. 23 by the Baltimore City Council that imposes new requirements on four pregnancy resource centers in the city.This makes about as much sense as walking into a social worker's office and posting a sign that states they do not provide euthanasia.
The bill, approved in a 12-3 vote, requires pro-life pregnancy centers to post signs stating that they do not provide abortion or birth control.