Office Depot apologizes after refusing to copy woman's anti-abortion flier

According to The Associated Press, Maria Goldstein of Rolling Meadows, Illinois, recently brought the flier – titled "A Prayer for Planned Parenthood" – to an Office Depot in Schaumburg, a Chicago suburb. The document featured a prayer, written by the Rev. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life, which asks God to "bring an end to the killing of children in the womb, and bring an end to the sale of their body parts." The flier also included statistics about abortion and Planned Parenthood.

On Friday, Office Depot Chairman and CEO Roland Smith apologized in a statement.