Court Strikes Down ‘Buffer Zones’ Preventing Pro-Life Demonstrations

  • A federal appeals court ruled in favor of two pro-life groups in Louisville, Ky., that filed a lawsuit challenging “buffer zones” created by the city to prevent pro-life groups from praying or demonstrating near abortion clinics.
  • The Louisville City Council passed an ordinance in May 2021 creating 10-foot-wide “buffer zones” around abortion clinics.
  •  The judges agreed with the Kentucky Right to Life (KRL) and Sisters for Life (SL) organizations who argued that their First Amendment rights were being stripped as a result of the city’s buffer zones prohibiting them from even praying outside the EMW Abortion clinic in Louisville.


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