Forty years after Roe v. Wade women are still being put in harm’s way—it is about time that we end this scourge of abortion for the babies and for their mothers.
The case is now the first case in the nation in which a federal court of appeals would consider challenges to the employer mandate and the Free Exercise of Religion claim. The case could then go back to the Supreme Court in 2013.
by Corrie MacLaggan (Reuters) – A federal appeals court declined on Thursday to reconsider a ruling that would allow Texas to withhold funding for women’s healthcare from Planned Parenthood’s clinics because the organization also performs Read more
By Mary Harned Critics of the Seventh Circuit’s decision blocking the heart of an Indiana law that sought to defund abortion providers (including Planned Parenthood) are overlooking a silver lining in the opinion. The court Read more
Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana stepped between women and their physicians when it enacted a law that blocked Medicaid funds for Planned Parenthood just because the organization provides abortions, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday. Read more
by Jim Minnery Judicial retention elections rarely attract much interest from the news media, or from voters. But this year we have reason to pay attention – and take action. If you live in the Read more
By LISA DEMER — firstname.lastname@example.org An Anchorage Superior Court judge has upheld as constitutional a state law requiring parents to be notified before a teen’s abortion. But the issue may not be resolved. Both sides Read more
by Steven Ertelt/LifeNews.com The Obama administration has appealed a July ruling that halted enforcement of the Obama administration’s abortion pill mandate against a Colorado family-owned business. The mandate has generated massive opposition from pro-life groups Read more
by Debra Cassens Weiss/ABA Journal A new argument has surfaced in a pending challenge to the Obama administration’s health care law. An amended complaint filed this week by the Pacific Legal Foundation argues that Congress Read more