A major ruling was just handed in by the Supreme Court of the United States. According to The Hill, The Supreme Court on Tuesday dealt a blow to a California law that requires anti-abortion clinics to post information about where women can obtain a low-cost procedure and contraception from the state.
The ruling came in at 5-4, deciding notices for licensed facilities likely violates the First Amendment. They also found that notices for unlicensed facilities unduly burdens protected speech.
The decision is being heralded as a major win for faith-based pregnancy centers and the entire pro-life community.
The law is going to be applied to any facility in California that provides family planning or pregnancy services.
"U.S. Supreme Court rules in favor of pro-life groups that counsel pregnant women to make choices other than abortion, invalidating a California law requiring them to prominently post information on how to obtain a state-funded abortion," wrote one user on social media.
Some have compared the enforcement to that of vegetarians or pacifists or equality advocates. One woman was even seen holding a sign saying "You can't force a pacifist to promote war so you can't force a pro-life center to promote abortion."
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