Abortion on Trial, Again

The Supreme Court will decide whether bans on some procedures threaten a woman's right to choose

They said it was horse manure, but Mary Carhart says no. "It was hog manure," she scoffs. "We know horses, and this was not horse manure." But there it was, 12 in. deep, spread over 40 ft. of walkway and steps leading to the Abortion and Contraception Clinic of Nebraska.

Then there was the time they poured glue in the locks, and the times they broke the windows. Most mornings, antiabortion activists are on the scene in Bellevue, waving placards, trying to pass out literature, yelling at the women or couples on their way in. But all that harassment pales next...

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