Corbin on Abortion Distortions by Bridget Crawford
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Regarding state imposed violations of free speech such as requiring doctors to lie to women seeking abortion on behalf of religious beliefs:
The Free Speech Clause protects the right to speak as well as the right to not speak.This right against compelled speech was first established in a case challenging a state requirement that schoolchildren recite the pledge of allegiance every morning. In striking down the law, the Supreme Court famously observed: “If there is any fixed star in our constitutional constellation, it is that no official, high or petty, shall prescribe what shall be orthodox in politics, nationalism, religion, or other matters of opinion or force citizens to confess by word or action their faith therein.” In other words, the government cannot compel anyone to express agreement with government ideology. Such compulsion would violate the freedom of conscience the Free Speech Clause was designed to protect. It is as anathema as the state censoring speech it disapproves.
… the default rule is that the regulation is unconstitutional unless it survives strict scrutiny. Speech laws that control not just the subject matter but viewpoint are especially suspect, and especially unlikely to pass such exacting scrutiny. Imagine, for example, a law forbidding obstetrician-gynecologists from telling their patients about various child support or social services available to pregnant or parenting women. Or, imagine that the government compelled doctors to advise pregnant women with two or more children to choose abortion given the overwhelming expense of putting three children through college. In the mandatory abortion counseling cases, however, the appeals courts have not applied strict scrutiny.