Investigation Already Done

A Pregnancy Center Investigation Was Already Done

In 2018 the Charlotte-Lozier Institute published a 79 page report on the community impact of pregnancy centers. What does the New York State Legislature hope to add to their findings?

Why should New York taxpayers pay for a Division of Consumer Protection investigation of pregnancy centers, when the work has already been done?

What protection do the 2 million consumers of pregnancy center services nationally need? Do their medical communities need protection from $161 Million in free services offered annually? Or from the 7,500 medical professionals that have volunteered over 400,000 hours? 

Doesn’t it make more sense for New York to perform a thorough investigation of abortionists (who regularly profit from vulnerable women in moments of crisis) than pregnancy centers who don’t charge women a dime?