The Supreme Court will hear a case Wednesday morning that some consider one of the most sweeping legal judgments concerning abortion protests and free speech.

The Supreme Court will hear a case Wednesday morning that some consider one of the most sweeping legal judgments concerning abortion protests and free speech. Joseph Scheidler v. the National Organization for Women has become a forum on what is protected dissent and what sorts of protests are allowable in the public square. The case involves the rights of women to seek out abortions and the rights of protesters who wish to dissuade them.