The USSC turns away sex toy case

Reuters reports here that the U.S. Supreme Court declined to grant certiorari and hear a sex-toy case arising out of Texas. “His attorney challenged the law as unconstitutional, claiming it violated the right to sexual privacy without government interference. The court, which rejected a challenge to a similar Alabama law last year, denied the appeal without any comment,” reports the article.

Earlier this year I commented on that “similar Alabama law,” and my comments appeared in the uber-cool Mother Jones magazine.

Check out this post, too, from the First Amendment Center on other First Amendment cases which the Supremes turned away.

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