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Monday, April 18, 2005

SCOTUS. It seems that the French infiltration of the Rehnquist/Scalia Supreme Court runs deeper than any freedom-lovin Murkan could have imagined:
The Supreme Court on Monday declined to consider the constitutionality of state laws that regulate speech and activities within a buffer zone around abortion clinics.

Without comment, justices let stand a lower court ruling upholding a Massachusetts law that was passed after the 1994 fatal shooting of two abortion clinic workers. Anti-abortion protesters say the state-mandated zones have unfairly become a place where only abortion rights rhetoric can be uttered.

The law, which creates a six-foot buffer zone around patients within an 18-foot radius of a clinic entrance, prohibits anyone from approaching without their consent for the purpose of passing leaflets or "engaging in oral protest, education or counseling."
Who will save us from these radical activist judges? Where's Bill Frist when you need him? Maybe he's too busy killing cats or warning people about the dangers of contracting HIV from tears and sweat.

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