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Pro-Lifers Arrested Nationwide for Providing Women Alternatives Inside Abortion Clinics and Refusing to Leave

In three different cities across the United States, pro-lifers simultaneously entered abortion centers to talk to women scheduled for abortions. In each instance they refused to leave the clinics when told to do so by law enforcement and offered an act of non-violent defense of unborn children about to be aborted. Now they are headed […]

Simulator helps train Wisconsin law enforcement students

In the center of three large screens in front of police academy student Amelia Correa, an argument between a man and two women — one armed with a baseball bat … Click to Continue »

Can 'Best Practices' Be Bad for Your Law Practice?

Before Copernicus published his book 'On the Revolutions of Heavenly Spheres,' the scientific community traditionally thought that the Earth was the center of the universe. That's thousands of years of wrong. So what does that have to do with "best practices" and law practices? Well, maybe the traditional way......

California’s law forcing pro-life centers to advertise abortion should be struck down. Here’s why.

(Secular Pro-Life) Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it would take up the case of National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) v. Becerra, which is a constitutional challenge to California’s anti-pregnancy-center law. Show More Summary

Supreme Court To Review California Law That Forces Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers to Advertise for Abortion Providers

I think I botched this yesterday when I said the Supreme Court was reviewing a law that said abortion centers had to provide information about pre-natal care centers. Nope. It looks like this law, in California and California's prison bitch...

Trump Administration Unlawfully Blocked Pay-Data Rule, New Suit Alleges

“If it wasn't clear before, it's crystal clear now: women and the families relying on women's paychecks are at the bottom of the Trump administration's agenda, said Emily Martin, general counsel to the National Women's Law Center. “By stopping the equal pay data collection, this administration has shown that its loyalties lie with... Read the whole entry... »       

Will the Supreme Court Grant Fake Clinics the Right to Lie?

The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to consider the constitutionality of a California law requiring, among other things, that so-called crisis pregnancy centers disclose to patients when they are unlicensed. The post Will the Supreme Court Grant Fake Clinics the Right to Lie? appeared first on Rewire.

Possible Gorsuch Recusal Complicates SCOTUS Review of SEC Judges

The U.S. Supreme Court's consideration of cases challenging the constitutional status of SEC administrative law judges has brought recusal issues front and center.       

Big Package of Money in Politics Stories from Center for Public Integrity

  Kochs key among small group quietly funding legal assault on campaign finance regulation How slamming campaign finance laws helped Greg Gianforte get elected  A modern history of campaign finance: from Watergate to ‘Citizens United’ The players who have shaped … Continue reading ?

Pistols in Preschools: As Michigan Debates Looser Gun Laws, Educators are on Edge

A proposed law would allow guns into schools, daycare centers and preschools. Just days after the mass shooting at a Texas church, the Michigan Senate voted to allow people to carry guns in schools, churches, daycare centers, preschools and hospitals. Show More Summary

In One Weird Way, Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers are Regulated More Harshly Than Cigarettes

Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it would take up the case of National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) v. Becerra, which is a constitutional challenge to California’s anti-pregnancy-center law. The law forces pregnancy centers to post a sign advertising California’s abortion subsidy program. Show More Summary

Supreme Court To Decide If Withholding Abortion Information Is A First Amendment Right

Crisis Pregnancy Centers are arguing a California state law requiring them to provide women with information about abortion infringes on their First Amendment rights.

BREAKING: U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear appeal in pregnancy centers’ free speech case

Today, the United States Supreme Court agreed to hear the the appeal of a California law that mandates pro-abortion speech in privately-owned and religious pregnancy centers. Dubbed the “Bully Bill,” California’s Reproductive FACT Act requires pregnancy centers to tell women that the state offers them subsidized abortions. Show More Summary

Supreme Court Will Decide If California Pregnancy Centers Must Promote Abortion

Debate over free speech rights of pro-life clinics will finally get resolved. Pro-life pregnancy centers that oppose a California law requiring them to promote abortion resources will get to take their First Amendment claim to the US...Show More Summary

U.S. top court to hear fight over California pregnancy center law

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to decide whether a California law requiring private facilities that counsel pregnant women against abortion to post signs telling clients how to get state-funded abortions and contraceptives violates free speech rights.

Supreme Court Takes On Case About Free Speech And Abortion

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Does a California law violate the Constitution by requiring anti-abortion pregnancy centers to inform clients about free or low-cost abortion and contraception services?

Battle to Stop California Law Forcing Pregnancy Centers to Promote Abortions Heads to Supreme Court

A major battle against a pro-abortion law is heading to the United States Supreme Court. The pro-life lawsuit against a California statute that requires pregnancy centers to promote abortions is heading to the nation’s highest court. The California law, upheld by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in October, forces pro-life pregnancy centers to promote […]

Supreme Court agrees to hear antiabortion challenge to California disclosure law for pregnancy centers

The Supreme Court agreed Monday to hear an antiabortion group’s challenge to a California law that requires “crisis pregnancy centers” to notify patients that the state offers subsidies for contraception and abortion. The challengers say the disclosure law violates the 1st Amendment because it...

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