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In a busy day, the Supreme Court Monday upheld the “Beef: It’s What’s For Dinner” government marketing program that encourages consumers to eat more beef over the protests of some beef producers unhappy about being taxed to pay for the program. The Court also sidestepped an international dispute in which the World Court had ordered new hearings for Mexican nationals on death row in Texas. And, in looking ahead to its fall term, the justices stepped right back into the abortion fray by agreeing to review a law out of New Hampshire which requires a minor seeking an abortion to notify a parent within 48 hours. Supreme Court Rules Beef Ads Are Government Speech The beef industry’s marketing program and its slogan “Beef: It’s What’s for Dinner” withstood a First Amendment challenge Monday, with the Supreme Court ruling that it amounts to government speech that the government can control. High Court Dismisses Medellin Case From Docket, For Now The Supreme Court stepped back from a major dispute over international law Monday when it dismissed from its docket a case in which the World Court had ordered new hearings for Mexican nationals on death row in Texas. Justices Take on Abortion Case in Fall Term The Supreme Court jumped squarely back into the abortion debate Monday, agreeing to hear an appeal of a New Hampshire parental notification law that does not include a specific exception for the health of the minor.

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