Supreme Court Crisis Pregnancy Centers Glance

Supreme Court Crisis Pregnancy Centers Glance

Angela Jozwicki, of Centereach, N.Y., and her nearly two year-old son Cameryn pose for a portrait, Wednesday, March 14, 2018, in Holtsville, N.Y. Jozwicki was in her early 30's and had already had an abortion when she used a store-bought test to confirm she was pregnant again in October 2015. She made an appointment for another abortion, because she was using drugs. But when the baby's father didn't show up to take her to the clinic for her appointment, Jozwicki changed her mind. "I decided I would keep that baby," she said in a Supreme Court brief filed by The Catholic Association Foundation. Jozwicki eventually found Soundview Pregnancy Services in Centereach, who sent a staff member to the hospital when she delivered Cameryn and have continued to support Jozwicki so she doesn't turn back to drugs. With help from the pregnancy center, Jozwicki and her mother have reconciled and she and son Cameryn now live with her mother. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Use Information This content is intended for editorial use only.
For other uses, additional clearances may be required.

18073854557099
March 14, 2018 11:52:32 AM
March 16, 2018 01:54:11 PM
Kathy Willens
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
3324 x 2670 3.27 MB
Angela Jozwicki
Pregnancy and childbirth, Sexual and reproductive health, Health, Pregnancy and childbirth, Women's health, Supreme courts, National courts, Courts, Judiciary, Government and politics, National courts, National governments
Holtsville, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES
NYOTK
STF
KW

This content is intended for editorial use only. For other uses, additional clearances may be required.

X

Message Box

Cancel
Ok
No
Yes