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Conservatives are playing defense on birth control even though the Supreme Court handed them a win in its "Hobby Lobby" ruling last month, as liberal foes highlight what the fallout could mean for women who want free contraception under Obamacare.
Republican governors eying a potential 2016 presidential run are touting their state economies as success stories, saying the conservative policies that they've pushed have brought their unemployment rates under control and put people back to work.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell pushed back Tuesday at Democrats' claims the GOP is harming women with their support of the Supreme Court's recent birth-control decision by highlighting the less popular aspects of Obamacare as a whole.
A federal agency has updated rules aimed at preventing employers from taking adverse actions against pregnant women, new mothers and women in their childbearing years.
Leaders of the U.S. bishops have issued a strong rebuke of a Senate bill that would deny conscience rights to employers in the field of health coverage.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid labeled House Republicans as hypocrites Monday for deciding to sue President Obama over his unilateral delays to Obamacare's "employer mandate" despite their own votes to delay the rule and other parts of the signature overhaul.
The Service Employees International Union likes to present itself as the champion of the little guy.
For the life of me, I can't seem to figure out why and how unions get into the business of educating our children. They always seem to do more harm than good, and those who suffer the most seem to be the ones unions profess to protect — the rank-and-file teachers.
The former head of the California Public Employees' Retirement System, the nation's largest public pension fund, pleaded guilty Friday to bribery and fraud.