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Should anti-choice activists be required by law to remain 35 feet away from clinic entrances?

  • It Sounds Reasonable

    I believe it sounds reasonable that anti-choice activists should be required by law to remain 35 feet away from a clinic entrance. I think this law could be set up in different ways, as well. It would also follow that it would make sense for the activists to remain off the clinics property, which may well equal a greater distance.

  • Based on improper criteria

    If the clinic is private property, the clinic can remove protesters if they do choose. If it's public or publicly funded, then pro-life groups have every right to protest as long as they are not assaulting anyone or blocking the entrance. Free speech and right to assemble are Constitutional.

    (Also, changing the group labels to promote your agenda is childish. Pro-life groups could just as easily name the other side anti-life.)

  • Based on improper criteria

    If the clinic is private property, the clinic can remove protesters if they do choose. If it's public or publicly funded, then pro-life groups have every right to protest as long as they are not assaulting anyone or blocking the entrance. Free speech and right to assemble are Constitutional.

    (Also, changing the group labels to promote your agenda is childish. Pro-life groups could just as easily name the other side anti-life.)

  • Based on the wrong criteria

    If the clinic is private property, the clinic can remove protesters if they do choose. If it's public or publicly funded, then pro-life groups have every right to protest as long as they are not assaulting anyone or blocking the entrance. Free speech and right to assemble are Constitutional.

    (Also, changing the group labels to promote your agenda is childish. Pro-life groups could just as easily name the other side anti-life.)


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