The N.C. General Assembly should pass public policies that protect the fundamental right of patients at pregnancy care centers — family planning organizations that provide alternatives to abortion.
These policies should mandate providing unbiased, factually accurate medical information in pregnancy-related decision-making.
On Monday, the Chapel Hill Town Council passed a resolution to rein in issues of malpractice and misinformation at pregnancy care centers.
NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina, an abortion rights activist group, presented the resolution to the Chapel Hill Town Council.
In the resolution, the Town Council promoted the following three items: