Abortion, Protest Zones And Free Speech

January 15, 2014

The length of a school bus is the distance protestors must keep between themselves and the door to health care facilities that perform abortions in Massachusetts. It’s an area marked by a painted yellow line, and the law that requires these so-called buffer zones is now being challenged in the US Supreme Court.


  • Renee Landers is a professor of law and director of Suffolk University Law School's health law concentration. She's also a board member for Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts.
  • Anne Fox is an anti-abortion activist and the president of Massachusetts Citizens for Life.

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