Food and Drug Administration v. Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine comes to the Supreme Court on appeal from a ruling last August by a three-judge panel of the Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upholding a district court decision that placed substantial restrictions on the drug.
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A lower court ruled that the pro-life activist is liable for $16 million to cover Planned Parenthood’s security measures and attorney fees when he made public the abortion leader’s practice of profiting off aborted children’s body parts.
COMMENTARY: The unanimous vindication highlights how much Title VII’s prohibition against religious discrimination and the duty to accommodate religious practice are needed.
COMMENTARY: In ‘Mere Natural Law,’ the Catholic convert addresses what has touched off a roiling debate within the conservative legal movement.
COMMENTARY: ‘Teen Vogue’ magazine’s analysis of Lorie Smith’s case is the latest example.
The extended pause will last for two more days and expire at 11:59pm Friday, April 21. Alito’s extension means that for the time being mifepristone continues to remain legal and approved for use up to 10 weeks of pregnancy.
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments next Tuesday, April 18, in Groff v. Dejoy, a case that has major implications for religious-liberty rights in the U.S.
COMMENTARY: This is an attempt to colonize our language, and it must be resisted.