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Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg
Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Commentary: Is someone’s abortion someone else’s free speech?

The justices have to decide whether Massachusetts may block anyone from gathering within a 35-foot “buffer zone” outside abortion clinics. If the regulation is found “content-neutral” and narrowly tailored to protect the exercise of the constitutional right to abortion, it will survive. If not, an increasingly pro-free-speech court may strike it down.

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