Supreme Court strikes down Mass. abortion buffer zones; Gov. Hassan says state reviewing ruling
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the Massachusetts law is unconstitutional because it overly restricts the 1st Amendment rights to free speech and assembly.
The Supreme Court ruled that law was too restrictive when the state has other options to address clashes between anti-abortion and pro-abortion advocates outside clinics and to protect patients from intimidation and interference.
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