Hot News Stories (7/09/14)Posted: July 9, 2014
The Washington Post (USA)
Extremists in state legislatures across the country have passed fewer abortions restrictions during the first half of 2014 than the first half of any of the past three years.
The Hill (Washington, DC)
In response to last week’s Hobby Lobby ruling, legislation seeking to stop corporations from denying mandated federal healthcare coverage on religious grounds will be introduced in the Senate Wednesday morning.
The Washington Times (Concord, NH)
Anti-choice protesters are suing to overturn New Hampshire’s new buffer zone law. The law permits family planning clinics and law enforcement to create tailored buffer zones that are 10 feet smaller than the Massachusetts’ law struck down by the Supreme Court recently.