Back in June, I reported on two important decisions from the Fourth Circuit. http://www.uffl.org/blog/2012/06/28/important-decisions-from-the-4th-circuit-in-crisis-pregnancy-center-cases/ Those cases involved laws that require crisis pregnancy centers to post notices stating that the centers don’t have medical professionals on staff and encouraging women to consult with a licensed health care provider. In June, a panel of the Fourth Circuit held that these compelled speech laws violated the First Amendement. In what is not a welcome development, the full Fourth Circuit has now agreed to rehear these cases. The arguments will be in December 2012. This issue seems destined for Supreme Court review.