Posts Tagged ‘abortion’
State becomes the 29th to approve the specialty plate after transportation department determined the message didn’t violate content criteria.
State high court says temporary restraining order that blocked Operation Save America demonstration last year violated group’s First Amendment rights.
Anti-abortion protesters sued after Jacksonville police, citing safety concerns, refused to issue them a permit to picket outside a women’s clinic.
Judge says law, which creates 35-foot protest-free zones around clinic entrances and driveways, is a valid regulation of the time, place and manner of demonstrators’ speech.
Federal judge says state’s true goal was to suppress religious objections by druggists who believe that emergency contraceptives can have an effect tantamount to abortion.
Sen. Mitch McConnell says he’ll push to overturn requirement because it is another example of government meddling.
Accommodating religious belief should have been on the front end of White House interpretations of the health law, not an after-the-fact scramble in response to furious objections by Catholics.
Workers at religious-affiliated hospitals and universities will still receive free birth-control insurance coverage under accommodation announced today.
Assailed by Catholics and Republicans for rule requiring religious institutions to provide contraception coverage, Obama administration suggests it’s looking at ‘different ideas.’
Judge had previously struck down parts of the statute, but his latest ruling says he’s bound to follow the direction of the 5th Circuit in declaring the law constitutional.
Justice Department had sought to keep Kenneth Scott from being able to stop cars and talk to drivers as they enter Denver’s Planned Parenthood center.
Statute requiring doctors to show sonograms to patients can be put into effect while opponents challenge the measure in court.
WyWatch Family Action claims state officials violated its rights by banning anti-abortion placards from a passageway connecting state buildings while allowing other groups to display
Federal judge grants ACLU’s request for preliminary injunction; group argues that the tags violate First Amendment because there’s no specialty plate for supporters of abortion rights.
Judge finds that state officials’ repeated refusal to issue custom license tags violated the Children First Foundation’s free-speech rights.