Hot News Stories (6/09/14)Posted: June 9, 2014
Tulsa World (Tulsa, OK)
A federal judge has granted nearly 200 Catholic employers an injunction to temporarily prevent the U.S. government from forcing them to provide insurance coverage for contraceptives.
NPR News (USA)
New study highlights the importance of family planning. Women who got pregnant within a year of giving birth were twice as likely to have that new baby born prematurely, the study finds, compared with women who waited at least 18 months.
Washington Post (Washington, DC)
Weeks after Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe urged the state Board of Health to reconsider strict anti-choice rules imposed upon the state’s family planning clinics, the panel offered a public update Thursday on a lengthy review process that could result in repealing or rewriting the regulations — but could take years to complete.