This week, the Supreme Court ruled that the state of California could not force pro-life clinics to print and publish pro-abortion speech dictated by the state. This is a big, big ruling in favor of the First Amendment.
Pro-aborts have long railed against pro-life laws passed in other states that required pro-abortion clinics to provide information about the abortion procedure. They figured that they could make pro-life clinics refer for abortions. That proved to be a false assumption. Abortion clinics can be told to provide information because individuals are being warned about a medical procedure. However, pro-life clinics cannot be told to promote abortion because they are not performing a medical procedure.
This was a win not only for Free Speech, but also for religious liberty, since most pro-life clinics are religious organizations.