by Jamie Rogers
Last week, the Indy ran a story titled "Mixed Messages" about a pro-choice group's accusation that a Missoula pregnancy care center was misleading women about its services. Administrators at Care Net of Missoula declined to comment for the story, and pointed to their website for information about its services. The website stated, "We do not offer or refer for abortions...," but the "title" on its homepage that appeared at the top of any browser read: "abortion info: abortion pill, free abortions, free pregnancy tests." (A photograph of the "title" ran with the original story).
Similarly, at the time the article was written a Google search for "Care Net Missoula" produced Care Net's website under the same title: "abortion info: abortion pill, free abortions, free pregnancy tests."
As of Monday, Feb. 11, Care Net changed the "title" code on their website. It now reads, "Care Net of Missoula."
Care Net administrators have not returned multiple phone calls asking for comment on the change.