An anti-abortion protester pickets a Van Nuys Planned Parenthood health center in 2017. The Supreme Court this month will hear a free speech challenge to a California law requiring all licensed family planning centers, including those that are pro-life, to post signs informing women about state programs that provide free or low-cost reproductive health care, including abortion. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)
An anti-abortion protester pickets a Van Nuys Planned Parenthood health center in 2017. The Supreme Court this month will hear a free speech challenge to a California law requiring all licensed family planning centers, including those that are pro-life, to post signs informing women about state programs that provide free or low-cost reproductive health care, including abortion. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel) Richard Vogel AP
An anti-abortion protester pickets a Van Nuys Planned Parenthood health center in 2017. The Supreme Court this month will hear a free speech challenge to a California law requiring all licensed family planning centers, including those that are pro-life, to post signs informing women about state programs that provide free or low-cost reproductive health care, including abortion. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel) Richard Vogel AP

Supreme Court should uphold free speech of pro-life pregnancy centers

March 13, 2018 04:30 AM