United States First Circuit

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March v. Mills, 16-1771

Reversing the District Court's ruling that the Maine Civil Rights Act, prohibiting persons from making noise that can be heard within a building following a law enforcement order to cease that is made with the intent to jeopardize the health of persons receiving health services in a building, was a violation of abortion protesters' First Amendment rights because the law does not regulate the content of the speech.

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  • Argued
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  • Decided
  • Published 2017/08/08




  • United States First Circuit


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