As Colorado lawmakers work to expand abortion protections, pregnancy resource centers’ advertising under scrutiny
One woman, who didn’t want to use her name, visited the Alpha Center in Fort Collins years ago when she was a high school student. She had a pregnancy scare and didn’t want to tell her parents. She saw an ad in her high school newspaper for the center. As an unemployed 17-year-old, she said she didn’t know how to go about getting a pregnancy test, let alone an abortion. “We were handling this on our own, and that resource was just presented to us via this advertisement in the school newspaper.