'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
A law forcing Montgomery County women's centers to tell patrons if they don't have a doctor on staff is set to be heard by a federal appellate court on Thursday as attorneys weigh the need for accurate abortion information against constitutional rights of free speech.
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."