Hot News Stories (7/07/14)Posted: July 7, 2014
The Washington Post (Washington, DC)
The Supreme Court issued a short legal ruling on Thursday stating that the Christian Wheaton College does not have to comply with the Obama administration’s requirement to register religious objections to providing contraceptives.
The Columbus Dispatch (Washington, DC)
The Supreme Court’s birth control ruling may wound the GOP and increase turnout from the key voting bloc of single women who voted in favor of President Obama in 2012.
Statesman Journal (Portland, OR)
Supporters of a constitutional amendment banning the use of state funds for abortions failed to secure enough signatures to bring the issue to referendum on Wednesday. Similar ballot measures were defeated by Oregon voters in 1978 and 1986.