That’s what CBS Outdoor thought:
This time CBS said that the picture needed to go because abortion “is a potentially emotional topic that might be unduly disturbing to young women who may have made the kinds of choices that the displays deal with,” according to the complaint.
A message from the company to Counsel board member Betty LaRosa stated that CBS could not accept “images which might be deemed shocking, unsettling or even manipulative,” the complaint states….
CBS “insisted that if LEC would just get rid of the baby picture, the advertisement may run,” the plaintiffs says.
HT: Jill Stanek