WASHINGTON (USA Today) — The Supreme Court on Tuesday dealt a major blow to a California law requiring anti-abortion pregnancy centers to inform women about publicly funded abortion and contraception services.
WASHINGTON (USA Today) — A California law requiring anti-abortion pregnancy centers to inform clients about state-funded abortions ran into trouble at the Supreme Court Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (USA Today) — Changes to the system have been under consideration for weeks in preparation for the looming expiration of a 90-day travel ban for countries in the Middle East and North Africa.
WASHINGTON (USA Today) The Supreme Court agreed Monday (June 26) to reopen the national debate over same-sex marriage.
WASHINGTON (USA Today) Government lawyers asked the justices to let the travel ban go into effect even while they challenge the lower courts' rulings.
WASHINGTON (USA Today) Once the final rule is implemented, women's groups say it will be up to the states — and possibly the courts — to protect insurance coverage for contraceptives.
(USA Today) The ruling was yet another blow to the president's effort to institute a travel ban targeting six majority-Muslim countries, and it makes a final Supreme Court showdown more likely.
WASHINGTON (USA Today) A clear majority of Supreme Court justices seemed ready Wednesday to rule that the separation of church and state should not extend to swings and slides.
WASHINGTON — The ruling could have an impact beyond the Lone Star State by prompting legislatures and courts to reconsider other limits on abortion.
Seeking to avoid deadlock, the justices called for more briefs from the government and the faith-based organizations battling the contraception mandate in the Affordable Care Act.
WASHINGTON — A 4-4 tie would uphold lower court verdicts in different parts of the country, all but one of which upheld the government mandate.
WASHINGTON — The specific fight is about insurance coverage for birth control, but the broader battle is over religious freedom.
WASHINGTON — The decision said that a court ruling granting custody in Georgia should be valid for others states.
WASHINGTON - Proponents of abortion rights could be on the verge of a big victory, a small defeat or a do-over at the Supreme Court.
WASHINGTON -- The case is a test for the pro-life strategy of applying restrictive regulations to doctors and facilities rather than trying to ban the procedure outright.