They booted it back to the lower court to figure out.
MSNBC, The Rachel Maddow Show, July 2, 2014. Rachel Maddow reports on the fact that the Hobby Lobby case was definitely not narrowly decided and is already creating new religious demands on President Obama from those who want to be free to discriminate against gay people.
Corporate personhood can be traced back to one corporation's resistance to taxes, as MSNBC's Joy Reid explains.
A Republican lawmaker in Alabama says that he wants to pursue a so-called "personhood" bill outlawing abortion rights for women because the Bible proves that a fetus "is life inside of a mother," but he's not sure if "aborted babies" are going to
President Obama, spoke in Fairfax, Virginia on Friday, and had the chance to address one important issue that didn’t come up in the debate – the way that Obamacare, and supporting women’s decisions about their health care, is not only better for women’s health, but for women’s lives, families, and as a result, the economy.
I think we've found another Republican woman who is in serious competition with Sarah Palin for the word-salad award after watching this interview on Fox News Sunday with Republican, Utah House candidate Mia Love: GOP House Candidate Claims GOP War
Someone needs to tell Joe Walsh to "get a job" where it doesn't include lying to his constituents on a daily basis. Hate monger and deadbeat dad Rep. Joe Walsh decided to lay into activist Sandra Fluke for her appearance at the Democratic National Convention this week, and apparently he's not aware that she was not asking for the government to pay for anyone's birth control, or her own.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney says that women should support him because of a health insurance law he passed as the governor of Massachusetts -- even though he has promised to repeal a similar law passed by President Barack
As Think Progress noted, after complaining and fearmongering about the mandate that will require insurance companies to cover the cost of contraceptives at no cost, and lying and calling emergency contraception "an abortion pill," which it's not,
Editor's Note: WSJ Editorial Board Member Kimberley Strassel dismisses the idea that the contraceptive debate and the Blunt Amendment is about denying women critical reproductive health care on the Fox News Sunday panel. After all, women can go
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