So the alliterative “Fortnight for Freedom” is not about liberating an oppressed group, but about those Catholic Bishops that really have a grudge against contraception. They are protesting (mostly against the contraception coverage mandate) in Topeka on Friday.
We should hear the Supreme Court’s decision on the Affordable Health Care Act on Thursday.
This woman who had been a rape-victim was denied emergency contraception by a jail guard, and now she’s suing.
Did you think the only Mississippi abortion clinic would go down without a fight? They’re standing strong and suing.
While the three-day waiting period of a South Dakota anti-abortion law was struck down in court, other parts of the ugly law remain.
The New Hampshire legislature overrode the governor’s veto of a “partial-birth” abortion ban. Even though such a procedure is more a construction of inciting language than reflective of any existing procedure.
So, this Appeals Court thought that false representation is A-OK for Crisis Pregnancy Centers.