Rewire: “The Center appears to be advertising abortion services that it intends not to offer in apparent violation of the law."
On November 9, 2017, Campaign for Accountability, asked Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey to open an investigation into the Attleboro Women’s Health Center, which masquerades as an abortion clinic, but is actually part of a pro-life organization that actively tries to deceive women seeking abortion-related services
"Does Lloyd have the authority to micromanage these minors’ medical decisions and deprive them of legal representation? He does not, argues the Campaign for Accountability, which has called on the Virginia State Bar to investigate whether Lloyd’s actions violated rules of professional conduct."
"Within hours of the hearing, the government watchdog group Campaign for Accountability, filed a complaint against Lloyd and released a statement calling on the Virginia State Bar to investigate whether Lloyd violated the Virginia State Bar Rules of Professional Conduct."
Government Watchdog Calls on VA State Bar to Investigate HHS Official, Scott Lloyd, for Violating Rules of Professional Conduct
On October 26, 2017, Campaign for Accountability, a government watchdog group focused on public accountability, called on the Virginia State Bar to investigate whether Office of Refugee Resettlement Director Edward Scott Lloyd violated the Virginia State Bar Rules of Professional Conduct. Mr. Lloyd deliberately violated the U.S. Constitution and other federal and state laws to prevent unaccompanied pregnant immigrant minors from obtaining abortions.
"In addition, a government watchdog group, Campaign for Accountability, has asked the inspector general with the Department of Health and Human Services, which oversees the refugee resettlement agency, to investigate whether Mr. Lloyd had broken federal law in his dealings with pregnant unaccompanied minors."
Read CfA Legal Counsel Katie O'Connor's op-ed in the Austin American-Statesman
"A national watchdog group has filed a pair of legal complaints against the Heidi Group, an anti-abortion organization that Texas hired to connect low-income women to reproductive health care."