The Roberts Court is clearly less interested in protecting states’ rights — as it issued yet another 9-0 decision (McCullen v. Coakley) not allowing the Massachusetts citizens to determine how large the buffer zone around abortion clinics should be. (The Massachusetts legislature passed a law giving women seeking their right to choose a 35-foot buffer going into a clinic.)
For elections, one gets 100 feet, but for women practicing their right to choose, it’s 65 feet shorter. So electioneers are more dangerous than sidewalk counselors, I guess. Or is it that states’ rights are less significant when it comes to practicing the war on women?