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Scholars Day 2006, Wednesday, April 12

The Issue of Time, Place, and Manner Concerning Abortion Protests

This paper is an exploration of Supreme Court cases that do not support the freedom of expression of abortion protestors in such cases that limit time, place, and manner. It examines the separate cases in depth to analyze where the thin line of freedom of expression exists in a highly debated controversy. Abortion debates and protests have been intense since Roe v Wade and are still continuing today. This presentation outlines why abortion protestors have certain restrictions on their freedom of speech and explores certain cases that show an attempt to silence their opinions.

Presenter: Krysia Golino (Undergraduate Student)
Topic: Communication
Location: 216 Holmes
Time: 10:15 am (Session I)