An anti-porn law that will survive?

The US v. Williams was heard yesterday and Lyle Denniston says the Justices went so far as to suggest they may want to curtail the First Amendment in order to save the law. He says Some of them actually toyed with the idea of casting aside the long-standing doctrine that an individual who may well have violated a law governing expression should be able to complain that it is unconstitutional because it might inhibit someone else’s free speech; the “overbreadth doctrine.”