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The Supreme Court appeared deeply skeptical Wednesday of a Massachusetts law that created 35-foot buffer zones around abortion clinics. Several of the court's conservative justices suggested the law went too far in restricting the free speech rights of people who want to prevent abortions from taking place. Justice Antonin Scalia, leading the charge against the law, complained that the state calls those people "protesters." He called it a "counseling" case and said the goal of the challengers was "to comfort these women."
|Supreme Court Justices Voice Doubts About Abortion Clinic Buffer Zones|
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