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Christians hold polarized opinions on NIFLA v. Becerra July 20, 2018
Recently, the Supreme Court ruled in favor a coalition of Christian crisis pregnancy centers who argued their freedom of speech was being infringed upon by a California law that required centers to disclose the availability of state-sponsored abortions. Some people of faith, like Travis Wussow of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, say it’s a win for religious liberty. But others, like Cynthia Romero of Catholics for Choice, say it’s a loss for women’s autonomy.

Travis Wussow, vice president for public policy and general counsel, Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission
Cynthia Romero, director of communication Catholics for Choice