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Liberty Counsel Defends Pro-Life Free Speech in Harrisburg PA

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Liberty Counsel spent two days in a federal court in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, against the buffer zone that the city ultimately enacted.

We’re going to be talking about this case Faith and Freedom. I’m Mat Staver, Founder and Chairman of Liberty Counsel, joining me is Matt Barber, the Founder of BarbWire.com, and Holly Meade, the Director of Communications for Liberty Counsel.

Mat Staver: Well the city of Harrisburg used an ordinance that was presented to the city officials by none other than — you guessed it — Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood has an abortion clinic and they didn’t like the pro-lifers out front giving information of life-changing, life-giving alternatives to these women accessing the abortion clinic.

So, they came up with an ordinance, a buffer zone. Gave it to the city. The city of Harrisburg then adopted it. We filed suit. The judge ultimately ruled against us. We appealed that case to the Federal Court of Appeals. The Federal Court of Appeals sided with us. Said that the judge just overlooked…

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