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After reading the actual legislation from 2003 - it is an amazing read - in the number of faith-based orgs is mentioned. All in all, this case has been argued since 2005. At issue in the case is a requirement that public health groups receiving U.S. funds pledge their "opposition to prostitution" in order to continue their life-saving HIV prevention work. Under this "pledge requirement," recipients of U.S. funds are forced to censor even their privately funded speech regarding the most effective ways to engage high-risk groups in HIV prevention.
I'm guessing that the RW faith based folks will whine, but all in all, this is a good SCOTUS ruling.