Pro-lifers ‘very hopeful’ in key case before Supreme Court

Pro-lifers rally outside the U.S. Supreme Court in 2014 (Photo: American Life League)

The Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday over a California law requiring pro-life crisis pregnancy centers to post information about how to obtain abortions, a requirement that the pro-life movement considers a direct infringement on free speech.

However, the pro-life side is also optimistic that the court will rule in its favor.

The legal battle is over a 2015 California law known as the FACT Act, which forces openly pro-life centers to prominently display information on how to get an abortion.

The sign reads: “California has public programs that provide immediate free or low-cost access to comprehensive family planning services (including all FDA-approved methods of contraception), prenatal care and abortion for eligible women.” It also provides contact information to learn more about abortions.

“This case really isn’t about abortion or Roe v. Wade. It’s about free speech. It’s a


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