Attorney General Jason Miyares today joined a 24-state coalition of attorneys general in sending a letter to Yelp opposing the company’s practice of discriminating against crisis pregnancy centers in online consumer notices.
Last year, Yelp announced that the company would begin issuing consumer notices to the Yelp profiles of crisis pregnancy centers. The notices claim to inform consumers that crisis pregnancy centers “typically provide limited medical services and may not have licensed medical professionals onsite.” The attorneys general are calling on Yelp to stop misrepresenting the services of these crisis pregnancy centers.
“Crisis pregnancy centers provide compassion and support to women […]
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