In re: Pregnancy Center Disclosures (A.5911-Glick)

Bill A.5911-Glick is an unnecessary piece of legislation that takes a coercive, punitive approach to New York’s pregnancy centers. This heavy-handed bill would require that pregnancy centers, “upon first communication or first contact” with a client, disclose to said client that they do not provide abortion or birth control services. This legislation would allow anyone who believes that a pregnancy center has failed to communicate the mandated disclosure to make a complaint to the State of New York; that complaint, in turn, would trigger a state investigation.