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Constitutional – Free Speech – Woman’s Right to Know Act – Speech & Display Requirements – Coerced Speech – Strict Scrutiny – Civil Practice – Preliminary Injunction (access required)

Stuart v. Huff G.S. § 90-21.85 requires a medical provider to display images of an abortion patient’s ultrasound so she may see them and to simultaneously explain the display, including the presence, location, and dimensions of the fetus along with the presence of external members and internal organs, if present and viewable. This compelled speech does not withstand strict scrutiny.

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