Crisis pregnancy centers are growing in number across the country, and here in California.
They offer pregnancy services from an anti-abortion perspective and are privately funded.
Starting next year, a new state law requires these clinics to tell their patients that the state offers free or low-cost abortions and birth control.
The pregnancy centers say that's a fundamental violation of their free speech rights. A center in Redding, and another in Marysville have filed for an injunction against the law. Should such centers be forced to send patients toward information the centers see as harmful?
Brad Dacus, President, Pacific Justice Institute, a non-profit legal defense organization that defends parental rights and religious freedom; PJI filed suit in this case
Lawrence Rosenthal, Professor of Law, Dale E. Fowler School of Law, Chapman University; former federal prosecutor