A new challenge to the Affordable Care Act is the latest sign that some religious people, with all the power and privilege they already have, just want more. When the ACA went into effect, it exempted religious organizations from having to fulfill the contraceptive requirement. Show More Summary
Despite the seemingly endless bad press the rollout of the Affordable Care Act has received in recent weeks, supporters of the Obama administration and “Obamacare” could take comfort in one thing: aside from Sen. Ted Cruz et al’s blustering, overturning Obamacare was virtually impossible. Show More Summary
NSA Block: Microsoft is working on encrypting its Internet traffic amid fears that the National Security Agency may have broken into its global communications links, The Washington Post reports. Round Two: The U.S. Supreme Court will take its second major...
Wed November 27, 2013 Mandatory Birth Control Coverage Back on Supreme Court Docket The high-stakes fight over implementing parts of the troubled health care reform law will move to the U.S. Supreme Court in coming months, in a dispute...Show More Summary
The UK's highest court has ruled against the owners of a bed and breakfast for discriminating against a same-sex couple. The post British Supreme Court Rules Against Discriminating Bed & Breakfast Owners appeared first on ThinkProgr...
Oh baby (or the lack thereof): the Supreme Court has decided to take on two of the cases asserting religious challenges to the Affordable Care Act’s contraception coverage mandate. [Blog of Legal Times] “[H]e has a Rolodex like a Ferris...Show More Summary
AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster Y esterday, the Supreme Court agreed to hear two cases questioning the Affordable Care Act's contraception mandate: Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp. v. Sebelius and Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. These rulings could have potentially major implications for the rights of American women. Show More Summary
Britian's Supreme Court has ruled against the owners of a bed & breakfast who were fined after refusing to rent a room to a gay couple. Hazelmary and Peter Bull refused to let civil partners Steven Preddy and Martyn Hall stay in a double room at Chymorvah House in Marazion in Cornwall in 2008. Show More Summary
This has driven Progressives to their typical barking moonbat level 10 status (The Hill) The Obama administration faces a tough task in convincing the Supreme Court to rule in favor of ObamaCare’s contraception mandate, according toShow More Summary
From MedPage Today: Supreme Court to Consider Birth Control Mandate. The Supreme Court on Tuesday said it will hear a challenge to the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) mandate that employer health plans provide birth control at no cost to employees — even if an employer objects to contraceptives. FDA Clamps Down on Gene-Testing Company. The gene-testing [...]
1. Justices agree to review another ObamaCare challengeThe Supreme Court is wading back into the battle over ObamaCare. The high court, which upheld the law's individual mandate to buy insurance last year, agreed on Tuesday to review...Show More Summary
Infamous former Georgetown Law student and now social justice attorney Sandra Fluke is back in the news thanks to the Supreme Court agreeing...
Include The Liberal Scarf: After weeks of the Rob Ford saga, new MP Chrystia Freeland gives Toronto something to be proud of. Shakesville: The Supreme Court will hear a challenge to the Affordable Care Act’s mandated insurance coverage...Show More Summary
In unusually high voting, it seems readers don’t want Missouri to recognize same-sex marriages until forced to do so by the courts, likely the United States Supreme Court. Here’s the results from last week’s poll: Q: Should Missouri allow same-sex couples to marry before being required by the courts? No...
We've been following the crazy story of the Solicitor General of the US, Donald Verrilli, making blatantly false statements to the Supreme Court concerning how the feds would have to reveal to defendants that some of the evidence used against them came from secretive NSA data collection methods. Show More Summary
(LONDON) — The Christian owners of a hotel in southern England have lost a U.K. Supreme Court appeal over whether their refusal to let a gay couple stay amounted to discrimination. Peter Bull and his wife, Hazelmary, were ordered toShow More Summary
I'm watching the news crawl on CBS TV. Apparently some religious groups are going to the Supreme Court complaining their religious beliefs are offended by the notion of providing contraception care. I'm really curious why anyone with...Show More Summary
Bull and another (Appellants) v Hall and another (Respondents)  UKSC 73 (27 November 2013) - read judgment This appeal concerned the law on discrimination. Mr and Mrs Bull, the appellants, own a private hotel in Cornwall. They are committed Christians, who sincerely believe that sexual intercourse outside traditional marriage is sinful. They operate a policy […]
The U.S. Supreme Court[/caption]In what seems destined to be a blockbuster decision in the making, the Supreme Court has accepted a religious challenge to the Affordable Care Act. The decision could force a reexamination of the Court controversial 2010 ruling in Citizens United in considering whether companies have religious rights to match the speech rights […]
(US Supreme Court building: Wikipedia) The Supreme court of the US has announced that they will consider and rule on the Obama Administration’s HHS Contraceptive Mandate and the religious rights of businesses and corporations. Here’s the story from RNS: The Supreme Court announced on Tuesday (Nov. 26) that it will decide whether for-profit businesses […]