In office buildings in neighborhoods across
the state, they bear names as nondescript as their locales: Carolina
Pregnancy Center, A Woman's Choices, the Center for Women.
are anti-abortion programs, and there are eight times as many of them in
North Carolina as there are abortion clinics. The pro-life centers have
operated quietly for decades, but they are about to be thrust into the
spotlight because of two new state laws that will drive funding and
clients to them.
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