The Supreme Court will hear a free speech challenge to a California law that targets anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers, adding to a term that is loaded with First Amendment disputes.
The justices said Monday they will review the centers' complaint that the new law, pushed by an abortion-rights group, forces them to provide information about abortion and other services.
Lower courts had allowed the law to take effect. Unlicensed centers also must inform clients of their status.
Two other new cases the justices added Monday also involve free-speech claims, by opponents of a Minnesota law banning any political attire at polling places and a Florida man who...