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Proximity back as buffer zone falls

Face-to-face protest, resistance to it seen returning at clinics

Posted: June 28, 2014 at 3:22 a.m.

BOSTON -- On the morning the Supreme Court struck down restrictions that had created a no-protest buffer zone near abortion clinics, Ray Neary, the sole anti-abortion protester outside the Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts health center in Boston, stood on the other side of a yellow line drawn 35 feet from the building.

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