A right-to-life group has lost a second round in its challenge to an Indiana ethics rule that prohibits judges from identifying their views on abortion.

The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed on a technicality a lower court that upheld the state’s Code of Judicial Conduct, which bars judges and candidates in judicial elections from making statements that are “inconsistent with the impartial performance of judicial office.”

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