By Star Parker | 11/29/13 08:54 AM
As we experience more of the unpleasant realities of the Affordable Care Act, Americans are questioning, finally, the forthrightness and honesty of their president in his selling of this law.
By Mark Tapscott | 11/27/13 09:13 AM
Those nine black-robed justices on the U.S. Supreme Court have agreed to decide two of the most important cases in the panel's history. The cases are Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. and Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp. v. Sebelius. Both are centered on the question of whether the federal...
By Brian Hughes | 11/26/13 01:40 PM
The Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to hear a challenge to a provision of the Affordable Care Act forcing companies to provide their workers with insurance coverage for contraceptives. The nation’s highest court will decide whether employers can opt out of the birth control requirement if...
By Joel Gehrke | 11/26/13 12:26 PM
Obamacare is headed back to the Supreme Court, this time as the justices review the constitutionality of a Health and Human Services regulation mandating that companies provide free contraception to their employees. The mandate provoked an array of lawsuits from plaintiffs claiming the the...
By Mark Sherman | 11/26/13 11:05 AM
The Supreme Court has agreed to referee another dispute over President Barack Obama's health care law, whether businesses can use religious objections to escape a requirement to cover birth control for employees. The justices said Tuesday they will take up an issue that has divided the lower...
11/26/13 03:15 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama's health care law is headed for a new Supreme Court showdown over companies' religious objections to the law's birth-control mandate. Amid the troubled rollout of the health law, and 17 months after the justices upheld it, the Obama administration is...
By Sean Higgins | 11/21/13 05:21 PM
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's, D-Nev., action to end the Senate filibuster may not only help speed President Obama's judicial and executive branch nominations through Congress, it may also take much of the drama out of one of the Supreme Court's most anticipated cases, Noel Canning v....
By Philip Klein | 11/21/13 03:39 PM
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's Thursday move to weaken the filibuster is supposed to be limited to federal judicial appointments and executive nominations rather than Supreme Court appointments or actual legislation.
By Associated Press | 11/20/13 07:17 AM
A third of Texas' abortion clinics will stay closed after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to intervene in an ongoing legal dispute over a tough new law that Planned Parenthood claims unconstitutionally restricts women's rights.
11/19/13 07:45 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) — A sharply divided Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed Texas to continue enforcing abortion restrictions that opponents say have led more than a third of the state's clinics to stop providing abortions. The justices voted 5-4 to leave in effect a provision requiring doctors who...
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