Results from Tag: 'u.s. supreme court'

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments on March 26 for a lawsuit brought by the Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine, which seeks to impose more restrictions on the prescription of mifepristone.

US Supreme Court Hears Abortion-Pill Case

A pro-life doctor’s group is challenging the FDA’s approval of mifepristone and subsequent deregulation of the drug. Oral arguments in the case were heard March 26, ahead of an expected June ruling.

A group of the Little Sisters of the Poor stands in front of the Supreme Court Building in Washington, DC, March 23, 2016.

How a Supreme Court Case Affects Fishermen and Religious Sisters (Jan. 20)

A Supreme Court case argued last week could have significant implications for a decade-long religious liberty battle fought by the Little Sisters of the Poor. The case is Loper Bright Enterprises, Inc. v. Gina Raimondo which challenges the authority of the federal administrative state to dictate certain rules and regulations related to federal laws. Becket Law’s President and CEO Mark Rienzi joins us today to explain why this seemingly technical case is one of the most important cases of the term. Then we highlight pro-life marches from coast to coast with EWTN News’ Catherine Hadro.