The National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) and Calvary Chapel Pearl Harbor’s “A Place for Women” pregnancy care center filed the lawsuit on July 12. Hawaii’s law, Senate Bill 501, went into effect July 11.
NIFLA founder and President Thomas Glessner said in a statement to The Daily Signal that the law is detrimental for pro-life institutions. “Hawaii’s threat to pro-life pregnancy care centers and medical clinics counts among the most egregious violations of constitutional religious and free speech rights in the nation,” Glessner said.
The law, Alliance Defending Freedom says, dictates that pregnancy care centers provide funding and referrals for abortion. Read More