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Walter M. Weber

Walter M. Weber is Senior Counsel for the ACLJ in the Washington, D.C. office. A highly regarded legal writer, Weber received his bachelor’s degree from Princeton University and his law degree from Yale Law School.

Weber emphasizes First Amendment law and has written briefs in many landmark cases at the Supreme Court including NOW v. Scheidler, Lamb’s Chapel v. Center Moriches School District and Bray v. Alexandria Women’s Health Clinic.

Weber has argued more than a dozen times in appeals before federal and state courts. Prior to joining the ACLJ, Weber served as a staff attorney with the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights.

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Instruction Manual on How to Write a Pro-Abortion Opinion?

By Walter M. Weber1562780497624

Ohio recently enacted a pro-life law entitled the Heartbeat Protection Act. (Full disclosure: I helped draft the bill that was adopted.) The new law amends and modifies an existing requirement that abortionists test to see if the baby in the womb has a heartbeat and to tell the expectant mother the...

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Dangerous Precedent Could Impede Free Speech

By Walter M. Weber1562704603933

The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) just filed a friend of the court brief in a civil tort case addressing the climate change debate. Why? Let me explain. Recently a pro-life website accused Planned Parenthood’s new president, Leana Wen, of lying about the number of women who died from...

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Bursting Anti-Pro-Life Speech Bubble Zones

By Walter M. Weber1562619761952

The ACLJ is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to grant review and pop the anti-speech bubbles the City of Chicago has enacted to stifle pro-life sidewalk counseling. The case is Price v. City of Chicago ., U.S. No. 18-1516. A “floating bubble zone” is a legal restriction that prevents pro-life...

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Supreme Court Declines Dismemberment Abortion Case

By Walter M. Weber1561993494858

For the second time in a month, the U.S. Supreme Court has declined a state’s invitation to review laws restricting particularly appalling abortion practices. Back on May 28th, the Court chose not to review a lower court decision striking down a ban on abortions done solely because of the race,

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Exposing the Evil of Margaret Sanger’s Eugenics Designs

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The Constitution and Discrimination of Religious Choices

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ACLJ Decries Dismemberment Abortion to the Supreme Court

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Urging Supreme Court to Protect the Most Defenseless

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