A federal appeals court ordered two lawsuits challenging the contraception mandate can stay in federal court until a final religious accommodation gets worked out.
Another for-profit business looks to render religious freedom meaningless.
A for-profit cabinetmaker has become the first Mennonite to challenge the contraception mandate in Obamacare.
A perhaps unintended consequence of Administration compromises on the birth control benefit is to concede that insurance coverage of contraception can be “participation in sin.” Women’s rights activists and attorneys must adjust and re-frame the argument to address this new development in birth control benefit litigation.
Two more lawsuits challenging the contraception mandate were dismissed by federal judges with over 30 left on the docket.
A lawsuit in Tennessee becomes the latest to challenge the contraception mandate in Obamacare.
As another federal court temporarily blocks the mandate from taking effect, what comes next in the fight for comprehensive reproductive health care coverage?
Pro-choice candidates gained big time this election cycle, while anti-choice politicians lost even more power, at least on a national level. The lesson of all this is simple: After decades of feminists arguing for women’s rights, the majority of the public is on board.
National retail craft chain Hobby Lobby wants a federal court to rule that secular businesses have First Amendment religious rights.
It seems outlandish to claim that the Catholic bishops’ own crusade against contraception is anti-Catholic. Still, arguments that this position is anti-Catholic seem not only well-founded but reasonable, whereas the Catholic bishops’ incessant interfering in American women’s lady-business is spectacularly unreasonable.