Charleston WV Votes to Restrict Free Speech

The West Virginia state capital has a new ordinance that makes it harder for pro-lifers to counsel women going into abortion facilities. The Charleston City Council voted 21-5 in favor of the ordinance, despite concerns about it violating pro-life advocates' freedom of speech. City council members defended the move by pointing to recent incidents outside the Women's Health Center abortion clinic. WV Metro News reports council member Caitlin Cook said police were called to the abortion facility "multiple times where patients have been blocked from entering the facility." Read more...



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