Jason Miyares

Virginia Attorney General Jason

Miyares speaks to the crowd during an inaugural celebration, Jan. 15 in Richmond. AP

RICHMOND – A month after some members of Congress urged Google to limit the appearance of anti-abortion pregnancy centers in certain abortion-related search results, 17 Republican attorneys general are warning the company that doing so could invite investigations and possible legal action.

“Suppressing pro-life and pro-mother voices at the urging of government officials would violate the most fundamental tenet of the American marketplace of ideas,” the AGs wrote in a letter Thursday to Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google and its parent company.

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