LOS ANGELES – City Attorney Mike Feuer today announced that persistent enforcement efforts by his office and the Los Angeles Department of Consumer and Business Affairs have resulted in full compliance by all six so-called crisis pregnancy centers in Los Angeles, including those that were previously found to be in violation of a new state law requiring important disclosures for women seeking key information affecting their reproductive choices.
"Women have the right to accurate information about their reproductive choices," said Feuer. "I'm proud of our work to ensure each L.A. pregnancy center complies with this important disclosure law. We'll be vigilant in ensuring they continue to follow it."
In May, the City Attorney sent letters to six reproductive health facilities in Los Angeles, informing them of their legal obligations under California Health and Safety Code Sections 123470-123473, the Reproductive Freedom, Accountability, Comprehensive Care and Transparency Act (Reproductive FACT ACT). The FACT ACT was intended to assure women are fully informed of the existence of public programs that provide free or low-cost acc