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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

NYC Forced Abortion Disclosure Blocked By Federal Judge

Free speech and pro-life activists won at least the first exchange in a heating-up legal battle in New York federal court today.

Manhattan federal district court judge William Pauley (a conservative judge hailing from Al D'Amato's Nassau County stomping grounds) has issued a preliminary injunction blocking a new New York City ordinance that would require abortion-alternative centers to disclose information about abortion services.

This ordinance is a blatantly obvious content-based regulation that is equally clearly unconstitutional.  The injunction being issued should be no surprise.

The city ordinance, requiring the abortion alternative centers (promoting adoption and supporting women who are willing to carry the baby to term) to disclose to the public that they do not provide abortions, was scheduled to go into effect Thursday.

The legal fight is just beginning.  Motions in support or against a permanent injunction preventing the ordinanc from being effected will be forthcoming.

Eric Dixon is a New York lawyer who is not connected with this case.



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