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The U.S. Supreme Court issued a brief Monday granting Utah's request to stop any new same-sex marriages, giving them time to appeal the US federal court's ruling allowing same-sex marriages. In a brief issued by
Mark Rienzi of the Becket Fund for Liberty, one of the groups representing Little Sisters of the Poor, said on Fox News Sunday that the nuns would face massive fines if the Supreme Court lifted a temporary injunction that keeps the federal government
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Attorneys for same-sex couples say Utah officials who wish to block gay marriages cannot accommodated their burden of assuming either an absurdity by a lower court or austere accident if the ceremonies continue according to affidavit filed with
Trading Horse Sense for Electric Cars Curbing the Contraceptive Mandate The Supreme Court has thrown a hitch into ObamaCare by blocking a requirement that some religion-affiliated organizations provide health insurance that includes birth control.
Andrea Mitchell is notorious for her softball interviews with abortion rights absolutists like Cecile Richards of Planned Parenthood...Mitchell hasn't made a new year's resolution to treat those occasions as opportunities for fair and balanced
including a Denver-based home for the elderly run by Catholic nuns -- have asked the high court to block enforcement of the requirement in the Affordable Care Act to provide birth control and other reproductive health coverage to their workers.
CBS stood out as the only Big Three network to devote full coverage to Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor's Tuesday night stay of the federal government's birth control/abortifacient mandate under ObamaCare. As of Thursday morning, CBS This
US Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor's concurrence in the US v. Jones case has become incredibly important in setting the framework for hopefully restoring the 4th Amendment. When the original ruling came out, there was some confusion over how
Apparently, "I will think before I tweet" should be on Irin Carmon's New Year's resolution list. Her failure to do so shortly before the ball dropped in Times Square signaling the beginning of 2014 has caused her considerable embarrassment. On