Results from Tag: 'contraception'
Not selling contraceptives is the conviction of pro-life pharmacists the Register recently interviewed.
Sen. Chris Coons set the tone for the day by asking Barrett if she agreed with Justice Antonin Scalia’s opinion that Griswold v. Connecticut was “wrongly decided.”
While contraception and abortion are in theory different, in real life they lead to and reinforce each other.
Approximately 39,000 women filed claims saying they were injured by the device, which is a metal coil that is inserted in a fallopian tube.
Fertility is biological, but it is not just biological.
Pro-life advocates have called for greater transparency in order to prevent a “hidden abortion surcharge” which many enrollees may be unaware of when choosing a plan.
The court’s decision only found in favor of the executive action excusing the sisters and others with conscience objections – action that could be revoked or reversed by a subsequent administration.