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The Obama administration said Tuesday that it is coming up with a work-around to ensure that employees of certain charities, hospitals and colleges whose leaders have religious objections to contraceptives can still get birth control through their
But sometimes, it's the less heralded maneuvers that make all the difference: a silent nemesis that creeps up behind you can do a lot more damage than a screaming Visigoth charging head on. That's what happened at the end of the Court's term last
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On the eve of the nation's annual Independence Day celebration, the Supreme Court enjoined enforcement of the contraception mandate against Wheaton College , a religious institution that objected to the accommodation HHS offered religious non-profits.
The Times Union of Albany on the Cuomo administration's decision to use $511 million from a clean water loan fund to help replace the Tappan Zee Bridge. July 1 The Cuomo administration has what seems to be some entirely reasonable and legal-sounding
The 5-4 decision , in favor of arts-and-crafts chain Hobby Lobby and one other company, marks the first time the court has ruled that for-profit businesses can cite religious views under federal law. It also is a blow to a provision of the Affordable
Supreme Court case expected to be decided in the coming days...Sebelius, like its much more notable companion case the more often referred to Hobby Lobby case, asks whether the Affordable Care Act compels businesses to provide free access to birth
A federal appeals court has refused to grant an injunction that would have exempted Catholic groups in Tennessee and Michigan from the contraception coverage requirements of the Affordable Care Act...Circuit Court of Appeals wrote that all the
Nearly 7 in 10 Americans support mandated coverage of birth control medications, according to a new national survey by researchers at the University of Michigan Health System...Individuals from all 50 states and the District of Columbia were surveyed
On March 25, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments over whether the Affordable Care Act's (ACA's) requirement that for-profit companies cover contraceptioncommonly called the contraception mandateis legal. Thus far, most public debate,