Easthampton's proposed ordinance against Pregnancy Resource Centers fails: Mayor's veto upheld

A proposed ordinance targeting pro-life crisis pregnancy centers in Easthampton failed to pass as city councilors could not override mayor Nicole LaChapelle's veto.

The council voted 5-3 to override the veto, one vote short of the required two-thirds majority. The discussion focused on concerns over potential costly lawsuits, leading to the mayor's veto. The measure aimed to ban so called "deceptive advertising" by crisis pregnancy resource centers operating in Easthampton.

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