Kathy Lohr Reports On The Supreme Court Decision Pertaining To Anti-Abortion

protesters and access to clinics where abortions are available. Yesterday, the Court ruled that such clinics are entitled to maintain a 15-foot buffer zone around their entrances to protect the free access of patients and staff members. But the Justices struck down 'floating buffer zones,' which protect the space around patients and staff members going in and out of those clinics.



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