PFI Reacts To U.S. Supreme Court Decision

HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania Family Institute reacted to the U.S. Supreme Court striking down a Massachusetts law that established a 35-foot “buffer zone” around abortion clinics in which citizens were prohibited from offering life-affirming alternatives to abortion. PFI President Michael Geer said the decision affirmed that public sidewalks are for everyone, not just those who support the business and politics of abortion clinics. Attorney Randy Wenger with the Independence Law Center called the decision a victory for all Americans, not just pro-life activists, adding if the government can ban pro-life speech from certain areas, other speech can be banned as well. Pennsylvania Family Institute calls on Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, and other locations with unconstitutional buffer zones to eliminate them immediately in accordance with the decision, permitting life-affirming, life-saving counseling to occur freely.

MICHAEL GEER

MICHAEL GEER

RANDALL WENGER

      RANDALL WENGER

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