The battles being waged in the public square are not so much about whether ultimate truths exist, but which absolute “truths” will govern public affairs.
California, it is argued, cannot be permitted to enforce this law, which levies fines for noncompliance, against centers whose “sole mission is encouraging expectant mothers to give their children the opportunity for life.”
“Maybe one day we will live in a world without disabilities. Wouldn’t that be perfect for modern-day Hitlers?”
Justices seemed skeptical about a law that requires pro-life pregnancy centers to visibly display information about abortions.
Local councils in London, Birmingham, Portsmouth and Manchester are considering establishing buffer zones around abortion clinics.
Bipartisanship will be absolutely necessary to pass any meaningful federal legislation that changes our current stalemate on abortion.