In the wake of OWS, we can expect to see “tent cities” pop up in front of abortion mills?

According to the Lincoln Journal Star, Nebraska Right to Life is keeping a close watch on the Occupy Lincoln group, evaluating how their actions could be used in future anti-choice protests.  One such item — a 5×6 foot “communications board” on Centennial Mall that protesters can use as signage.  NRTL spokeswoman Julie Schmit-Albin complains that when her group put signage up across the street from Planned Parenthood, they were told it was illegal and that they needed to take it down. “But Occupy Lincoln can have a big, huge billboard in a place of public access…I suppose they probably get by with it because it is not permanent, as none of their tents are, though I haven’t seen any tents move in the last month.”

Schmit-Albin states that whatever the Occupy protesters do will now set a precedent for anti-choice groups to follow, and that any action taken against her group would then be a “disparate application of justice and civil rights.”

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