Activist groups both for or against abortion rights rallied in the State Capitol on Tuesday in response to several states passing laws restricting access to abortion.
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The governor issued an open letter to women-owned businesses in Alabama, Georgia and Missouri, urging them to relocated in Connecticut where a woman’s right to chose abortion is enshrined in a state statute.
On the other side of the Capitol, a pro life crowd had also gathered, organized by the “Family Institute of Connecticut.”
They were there because a bill aimed at banning alleged false on-line advertising at the faith based pregnancy centers has passed the House and is headed to the state Senate.
The faith based pregnancy centers say they never attempt to confuse women an that they make it clear they “do not offer” abortion services.
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