Another Supreme Court case to watch: the SCOTUS has agreed to hear a free speech challenge to the constitutionality of a California law that in essence forces pro-life pregnancy centers to present a commercial for state-paid abortions to everyone who comes in the door. They’re even required to present the information in a type font more than twice the size of the font mandated for Planned Parenthood abortion clinics. Proponents claim that’s to keep pro-life pregnancy centers from “misinforming” women, even though there’s no evidence that they have (there’s plenty of evidence that Planned Parenthood does, but if you try to expose that, a California judge will send you to prison.)
Similar laws have been overturned as obviously unconstitutional in other states, but the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco upheld it (surprise!) So now, the SCOTUS will have to settle it. Let’s all hope and pray that California’s politicians will have actually done us a favor by going so far overboard with their biased pro-abortion laws that the result will be a smackdown that will reverberate nationwide.