Hot News Stories (10/4/13)Posted: October 4, 2013
NBC Philadelphia (Philadelphia, PA)
U.S. Justice Department attorneys have asked a federal judge to delay a Christian college’s lawsuit challenging some federal health care reform mandates because the attorneys say they’re not allowed to work on the case during the partial federal government shutdown.
The Week (USA)
While the federal government remains embroiled in a government shutdown, the big political debate in Texas continues to center on a classic polarizing issue: Abortion. Indeed, the issue has so come to dominate the Lone Star State’s political culture that even the House of Perry has taken sides.
ABC News (USA)
A federal judge has dismissed two civil rights groups’ lawsuit challenging an anti-choice Arizona law banning so-called sex-selective abortions.