Compelled speech

“HHS Probes Rules on Giving Abortion Information,” The Wall Street Journal, June 1, 2018 A4.  HHS Office for Civil Rights investigates state requirements that crisis pregnancy centers must advise women about abortion services.

Leave the political/moral issues aside, and look at this from an information governance perspective.  Who mandates what information you must provide to your customers?  And are they (the mandaters) allowed to require that?

What are the limits on the government’s ability to require you to provide information to third parties? Is the U.S. Constitution a law or a policy?  Or is it Governance?

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