Anti-abortion activist charged with breaching the law claims the Victorian legislation is in conflict with the implied freedom of political expression

A mother-of-13 has argued in court that a Victorian law banning protesters from harassing people within 150 metres of abortion clinics is discriminatory.

Anti-abortion activist Kathleen Clubb faces one charge of engaging in prohibited behaviour within a safe access zone after she allegedly harassed a couple outside East Melbourne Fertility Control Clinic in August 2016.

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