Part of the importance of posting a sign, Ms. Finkelstein said, is not only to avoid conveying misinformation but also to stop misleading advertising.
“It’s consumer protection,” she said. “If you provide a service, someone should know what services they get and what they won’t get.”
The case has been regarded as an example of the national debate over whether pregnancy advice can be given by agencies representing both sides of the abortion debate.
“We’re hopeful that the real help and resources that pro-life centers offer women will not be subject to an attack on their free speech by legislative allies of the abortion industry,” Mr. Bowman said.
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