This week, a federal judge blasted the Obama administration on emergency contraception, and the battle over Arkansas’ 12-week abortion ban heated up.
Did you know that from the sixties through the nineties, clergy and faculty at Notre Dame, Georgetown, and other Catholic-affiliated universities lobbied for coverage of birth control? And argued for the moral imperative of providing coverage for contraception… even on campus?
The latest legal news on the contraception challenges and fight for reproductive justice in the states.
Another appellate court weighs in on the birth control benefit, and in doing so makes clearer the issues the Supreme Court will be asked to resolve. But a powerful dissenting opinion underscores the real issues.
A handful of cases at the state level show how far women still have to go to be considered equal citizens under the law.
The anniversary of Roe v. Wade is a reminder that the battle for women’s rights is far from over.
Another ruling in the more than forty legal challenges to the contraception mandate in Obamacare shows the fight is far from over.
The University can’t challenge the contraception mandate because it faces no risk of injury from it, ruled a federal court.
As states pass their own laws allowing employers to discriminate in insurance benefits, federal courts must wrestle with how those laws interact with the federal contraception mandate.
Yet another federal court seems sympathetic to the argument that corporations have religious exercise rights.