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Yesterday the Supreme Court added three cases to its docket for October Term 2017: National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Becerra, a First Amendment challenge to a California law regulating pregnancy-crisis-center disclosures; Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky, which asks whether a Minnesota law...

(Eric Thayer/Reuters) Many states ban overt electioneering near polling places, including on public sidewalks, where speech is generally broadly protected. In Burson v. Freeman (1992), the Supreme Court upheld those restrictions. The four-justice plurality concluded that they were narrowly tailored to a compelling government interest in...