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Latest Supreme Court Items
Despite hysterical rhetoric to the contrary, the Supreme Court last month did not deny a single woman access to contraception.
In its recent Harris v. Quinn decision, the Supreme Court sided with workers who don't want to join "in-home worker unions," and don't want to be forced to pay them nonmember fees.
Opponents of President Obama's health care law notched their biggest legal win to date Tuesday, when the second-most-powerful court in the country said the administration had unlawfully extended Obamacare subsidies to millions of Americans.
The White House is eyeing further changes to the controversial provision in the hopes of reaching something of a compromise with nonprofit charities and universities.
Obamacare was moved Tuesday to intensive care. Two federal appellate courts split over whether the administration can bypass Congress and rewrite the Obamacare law as it wishes Congress had written it.
Millions of Americans are not entitled to government health insurance subsidies under Obamacare because of the way the law is written, a divided three-judge panel of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.
Exactly half of Colorado voters think the Supreme Court got it right when it said closely held corporations may opt out of an Obamacare rule that requires employers to include contraception in their health plans, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Monday.
It's been a year since Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell dubbed Harry Reid the nation's worst Senate majority leader in history after adopting, contrary to his word, the "nuclear" option that requires only a simple majority for presidential appointees to be approved by the upper house.