The U.S. Supreme Court is reviewing what could become a major First Amendment case: should the government be allowed to forbid pro-life protestors from publicly displaying graphic images of aborted babies?
It may seem like a question only affecting pro-lifers. But some say such a ban could affect the free speech rights of all Americans.
The case involves Ken Scott and Clifton Powell, two of the country's more radical pro-life protestors. Scott can often be seen outside Denver's largest abortion clinic with other protestors, yelling at the clinic's workers and the women arriving for abortions.