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07/01/2014

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Sea Potato

Beautiful post. Thank you for this. I'm commenting to add for what it's worth that this decision feels like a loss, even though theoretically a stronger test for TPM restrictions seems good for protests. The AFL-CIO wrote a supporting brief for striking down the law, but I still do not see how it's a good strategy to align contentious picket lines with the protests in front of repro health clinics. The latter kind shout descriptions of the eternal damnation awaiting those who enter the health clinic. This kind of court opinion confirms that deciding what is intimidating, harassing, or threatening is out of the hands of those who have to face the people calling them murderesses and telling them how they'll die. It's so offensive and intimidating!

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