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View Diary: Reporters: Most Supreme Court justices view Massachusetts' abortion clinic buffer zones skeptically (302 comments)

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  •  if buffer zones hinder free speech (9+ / 0-)

    It seems like this ruling would make it illegal to enforce a buffer zone that would hinder my right to comment on anything, like, say, a justice's ruling on a case while walking into a courthouse, or on a sidewalk outside his home.  I suggest that those who oppose this ruling imitate the protected speech of those who expressively oppose legal abortions, and do so at the doors of the SCOTUS.  I think it would be informative to the justices to experience first-hand the effect of their decision.

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