An atheist group sued the IRS over its failure to police churches guilty of politicking. They settled, but the religious right is not happy.
Felicia Allen filed a 2012 lawsuit alleging that the company discriminated against her by firing her when she applied for pregnancy leave.
Informed consent laws require doctors to give state-mandated information that can be inaccurate or misleading to women seeking abortions.
The Protect Women’s Health from Corporate Interference Act would restore federally-mandated contraceptive coverage.
Lawyers for Guantanamo Bay detainees say that the Hobby Lobby decision gives their clients the right to pray communally during Ramadan.
This week in Lady Business, Sarah Ratchford discusses the Supreme Court denying women who want to control their own bodies access to contraception, and a man who blathered for 11,000 words in anger at a young woman's literary success.
For the billionaire evangelical founders of Hobby Family, Monday's Supreme Court victory was just the beginning of a bigger fight.
In the wake of the US Supreme Court’s decision that men need Viagra but women don’t need birth control, one reproductive rights activist released a DIY guide to the basics of abortion, birth control, emergency contraception, and more.
Today the Supreme Court ruled in a 5–4 decision that Hobby Lobby, a chain of craft stores owned by devout Christians, could deny certain types of birth control to its employees on religious grounds. "The court, I fear, has ventured into a minefield...
Steve Green’s outspoken belief in the Bible as literal truth could impact his ability to present it as an objectively academic study.
In a hearing of the Hobby Lobby birth-control case, most of the justices seemed to accept the claim that corporations have religious rights.