Soon after corporate political bribes were decreed "protected free speech", I was wondering how long it would take for "truth in advertising" laws to be overturned for the same reason.There is a case before the SCOTUS, due to be decided within a couple weeks.Supreme Court has 17 cases to decide by June's end"False" campaign claims: An anti-abortion group says state laws that try to police false statements during political campaigns runs afoul of the First Amendment.http://apnews.excite.com/article/20140615/us--supreme_court-...Seems ironic that an anti-abortion group, which is probably religously motivated, claims the "right" to violate the 9th commandment.Steve
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