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Buffer zones ruled unconstitutional, Summer Vacations and Destinations
Today’s news and a discussion with legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard about the Supreme Court decision on buffer zones in front of abortion clinics, plus: the TW&E annual series Summer Vacations and Destinations profiles Route 66, and more
Abortion clinics: The Supreme Court partially strikes down abortion clinic buffer zones.
IRS: Another Lois Lerner email has surfaced. This one showing that the former IRS official wanted to audit a U.S. Senator.
Aid: Senator Rand Paul wants to end foreign aid to countries that persecute Christians.
Pennsylvania pastor: A Pennsylvania pastor who was defrocked by the United Methodist Church for presiding over his son’s same-sex wedding is back on the job.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks lost ground on Thursday despite news that first-time jobless claims ticked down by 2,000 to 312,000.
Supreme Court: Rulings on abortion-clinic buffer zones and presidential appointment power
Legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard talks about the Supreme Court decision handed down on Thursday ruling that buffer zones in front of abortion clinics are unconstitutional. The judges were unanimous in the decision, but not in the reasoning. However, the High Court did not strike down a Colorado buffer zone law.