Errors Galore in Centro Tepeyac v. Montgomery County

Centro Tepeyac, a pro-life center in Montgomery County (Mo Co), Maryland, is officially a First Amendment martyr.  On July 3, 2013, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit ruled in Centro Tepeyac v. Montgomery County that Mo Co can force Centro Tepeyac and other pro-life centers to post signs on their properties contrary to their will.  This case could now be headed to the Supreme Court. In early 2010, the Mo Co Council, sitting as the Mo Co Board of Health (BOH), passed a regulation ordering these pro-life centers to "post at least 1 sign in ... [each] Center indicating" the following: The Center does not have a licensed medical professional on staff ["licensed pro"] The [Mo Co] Health Officer encourages women who are or may be pregnant to consult with a licensed health care provider ["abortionist-referral"] The BOH passed this regulation amid reports claiming that pro-life centers in Maryland and other states have given false, misleading, and...(Read Full Article)