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Tesha Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Mar-30-10 08:08 AM
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37. The "bubbles" around women's clinics are dubious as well.
Edited on Tue Mar-30-10 08:10 AM by Tesha
To the degree that they limit how intrusively you can
interact with non-cooperative clients intending to transact
legal business at the clinic, they're probably legal. But I
doubt that attempts to regulate the mere fact of what you
can say inside the bubble are legal and most of the laws
are written to take that into account.

And you'll also remember that it was the existence of these
bubbles that was used against us any time Bush came to
town!

Tesha
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