Justices Mull Free Speech Issues in Suit Over Foreign Aid Policy



Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. said the provision requiring recipients of funds to fight HIV overseas to explicitly oppose prostitution and sex trafficking could force organizations to espouse government positions on issues ranging from recycling to apartheid. "There have to be some limitations," Roberts said.

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  • Ravi Batra

    Choices for Bowker- like a rose - never looked so great.

    Yet, Sri may well come to embrace Justice Scalia's view once he graces the DC Circuit Court of Appeals and truly inhales judicial independence. A terrific lawyer - and will be a great judge!

    Dated: 4/22/13


    Ravi Batra

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