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Is this just a New York thing? . It seems that here in the Big Apple... you can watch internet porn -- at the City's Public Libraries .... If you want to.

This - reported by the New York Post on Monday - thanks in part to a policy of free speech protected by the first amendment.

According to Civil Attorney - Angel Reyes:

"All libraries that receive federal funds - are required to receive all legal content... And most pornography is legal. The only illegal pornography that I'm aware of is child pornography- and of course - they're supposed to have filters in place - and every librarian will tell you that those filters are not fool proof."

That was Reyes speaking with Scott Fitzgerald at affiliate WERC in Birmingham, AL.

According to New York Public Library spokeswoman Angela Montefinise - "The New York Public Library cannot prevent adult patrons from accessing adult content that is legal."

Both library officials and civil libertarians say this is a free speech issue.

Buzzing right along...

It looks like the legal fight over the president's health care overhaul will have to go through normal channels to get before the supreme court.

This decision is the second - made by the high court - denying an expedited review request from the law's opponents.

Does the decision give any idea where the court stands on the matter?

That question asked of Elizabeth Samson - by Forrest Godman at affiliate WREC in Memphis, TN.

Samson - a Legal Scholar at the Hudson Institute - thinks it's hard to say...

"So this shouldn't be viewed as a loss... Just a setback - because it's now going to go thru the proper procedures, correct?"

"That's right and it will eventually reach the Supreme Court - no matter which party wins or loses its going to appear before the court."

The case will be heard in Virginia's 4th circuit court - on may 10th.

It's expected to be heard by the Supreme Court - by June of next year.... Just in time for the 2012 elections...

I'm Jessica Curtis - and that's your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.