ADF counters court ruling on rejected ‘pro-life ad’, it’s free speech
January 7, 2016
A federal judge has ruled that an Indiana city bus system can reject a pro-life ad from a women’s health group. Tuesday’s decision in Women’s Health Link v. Fort Wayne Public Transportation Corp. upholds the bus system’s rights, who twice rejected the ads because of its affiliation with Allen County Right to Life, and because the organization’s website discussed what it classified as “controversial issues,” presumably abortion.
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