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U.S. Supreme Court,
Constitutional Law

Mar. 23, 2018

'NIFLA v. Becerra' Panel

Four amici from the First Amendment challenge to a California abortion disclosure law discuss what they consider the case's most salient constitutional points: the (non-existent?) Professional Speech Doctrine; potentially diluted strict scrutiny; the ubiquity of disclosures like California's, and the sweeping implications were it felled; and what is meant by 'informed consent?' Guests include Robert McNamara (Institute for Justice), Brianne Gorod (Constitutional Accountability Center), Steven Aden (Americans United for Life), and John Baker (Greene Espel)

Robert McNamara

Brianne Gorod

Steven H. Aden

Americans United for Life

John M. Baker

Greene Espel PLLP


Brian Cardile

Rulings Editor, Podcast Host, 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reporter

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