Kate Starr, a women’s rights activist and intern in Washington, D.C., reacts to the Supreme Court’s decision in McCullen v. Coakley, striking down a Massachusetts law establishing a thirty-five-foot “buffer zone” around reproductive health centers. (Fabrizio di Piazza)
[Please note: Ms. Starr is an intern at the National Organization for Women. She was careful to say that the views she expresses here are her own; her views do not represent those of NOW.]
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