Republican attorneys general warn Google not to censor pro-life pregnancy centers in search results


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(Worthy News) – A group of state attorneys general have vowed to take action against if it follows through with congressional Democrats’ demands to censor search results by preventing women from finding pro-life pregnancy centers when searching for .

Virginia’s Republican Attorney General Jason Miyares and Kentucky’s Republican Attorney General Daniel Cameron, along with 15 other state attorneys general, wrote a letter to Google CEO Sundar Pichai Thursday. They warned that the company could be investigated if it caved to demands by Democratic members of to “take action” by preventing pro-life pregnancy centers from appearing in search results for queries about abortion clinics and abortion pills.

Democratic lawmakers are seeking to “limit the appearance of anti-abortion fake clinics” in Google Ads and on Google Maps. They claim that pro-life pregnancy centers are “fake clinics that traffic in misinformation and don’t provide comprehensive health services. These Democrats also argue that pro-life pregnancy clinics are “dangerous to women’s health” and their appearance in search results “undermines the integrity of Google’s search results.” [ Source: Christian Post (Read More…) ]

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