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  • Justice Sotomayor grants temporary Obamacare exemption to nuns

    Justice Sotomayor grants temporary Obamacare exemption to nuns
    WASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor granted a temporary exemption late Tuesday to a small group of Catholic nuns that shields it from having to comply with a part of President Obama's healthcare law that requires it to provide...
  • White House wants nuns' injunction on contraceptive mandate dropped

    White House wants nuns' injunction on contraceptive mandate dropped
    WASHINGTON — Obama administration lawyers strongly urged Justice Sonia Sotomayor and her fellow Supreme Court members to drop an appeal from the Little Sisters of the Poor and other Catholic groups who object to the so-called contraceptive mandate...
  • The Little Sisters' absurd case against Obamacare

    The Little Sisters' absurd case against Obamacare
    The final wheeze of Obamacare news that crossed the wires in 2013 was a New Year's Eve emergency injunction granted by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor for a group of Catholic nuns who operate nursing homes in Denver and Baltimore. At first blush,...
  • Letters: Contraception and faith

    Letters: Contraception and faith
    Re "Deep division persists on birth control," Jan. 3 Where will it end? Even as wondrous advances in medicine have continually improved our health, various religions have striven to inject their beliefs into doctor-patient relationships. Faith-based...
  • Compromise remains elusive on health law's contraceptive coverage

    Compromise remains elusive on health law's contraceptive coverage
    WASHINGTON — The intensifying Supreme Court clash over whether birth control should be required under President Obama's signature healthcare law has revealed just how deep divisions remain between administration officials and Catholic leaders over...
  • The Little Sisters of the Poor vs. Obamacare

     The Little Sisters of the Poor vs. Obamacare
    The Little Sisters of the Poor, an organization of Roman Catholic nuns that runs nursing homes around the country, is testing the contraceptive coverage mandate of the Affordable Care Act. Last week, we're sorry to say, the nuns won a temporary reprieve...
  • Letters: Healthcare's tangled web

    Re "The nuns vs.Obamacare," Editorial, Jan. 7 The case of the nuns seeking an exemption from the Affordable Care Act's contraception coverage mandate speaks to the insanity of linking health insurance to employment. Imagine the outcry if employers...
  • Susan G. Komen Foundation discovers the price of playing politics

    Susan G. Komen Foundation discovers the price of playing politics
    The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation committed one of the great PR faux pas of the decade in January 2012, when it summarily cut off funding to Planned Parenthood in what appeared to be a bow to anti-abortion crusaders.  Now, with its release...
  • Bad childcare in this country? Guilty as charged

    Bad childcare in this country? Guilty as charged
    You wonder why people dodge jury duty? You wonder why people hold government in low regard? Here’s another exhibit: Laura Trickle was called up for jury duty in Jackson County, Mo., in January. She got a postponement because she was close to...
  • Texas judge rules against portions of abortion law

    Texas judge rules against portions of abortion law
    Some controversial new Texas abortion restrictions are unconstitutional and will not take effect as scheduled on Tuesday, a federal judge ruled Monday. “Today’s ruling marks an important victory for Texas women and sends a clear message to...
  • Judge rules part of Texas abortion law unconstitutional

    Judge rules part of Texas abortion law unconstitutional
    Some controversial new Texas abortion restrictions are unconstitutional and will not take effect as scheduled Tuesday, a federal judge ruled Monday. "Today's ruling marks an important victory for Texas women and sends a clear message to lawmakers: It is...