Plus: an Arizona newspaper is beholden to prosecutors, and what does "economic freedom" mean to socialists?
It would fast-track FDA review of applications to free the pill from prescriptions and let people use health savings accounts for non-Rx drugs.
Plus: Libertarians face resistance while picking up trash without a permit, and Trump imagines Sen. Warren at the Wounded Knee massacre.
The Obamacare contraception mandate is getting a Trump-era overhaul.
Clinton runs with a Kamala Harris whopper that's already been debunked.
Democrats Created a Birth-Control Banning Bogeyman Out of Brett Kavanaugh. Called Out, Kamala Harris Doubled Down
Harris and other Democrats distorted Kavanaugh's comments on birth control to portray him as a religious extremist.
The change would put D.C. in line with a rapidly rising number of states allowing pharmacist-prescribed oral contraceptives.
Increased wealth and technological progress give people greater liberty to decide when, how, with whom, and if they want to reproduce.
Department of Health and Human Services officials claim the rule will not change coverage for "99.9 percent of women."
A rule is under review that would (reportedly) relax the hotly debated requirement.
This is why you shouldn't trust a man who has no principles of his own to do right by yours.
Laws that force individuals into unwanted business relationships are unjust.
Why the contraception but not the meatball sub?
That this case got as far as it did is an indictment of the Obama administration.
Vermont joins Maryland in extending the "free birth control" mandate to cover vasectomies.
The new state law expands on Obamacare's controversial contraception mandate.
Polls paint an ambiguous picture.
The Little Sisters of the Poor Case Isn't About Contraception. It's About When the Government Can Force You to Violate Your Conscience.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case today.
Partisans decide their position on religious liberty based on their partisan agendas toward the specific issues.
Another GOP-led bill to decouple birth-control pills from doctors shows contraception is losing luster in the culture wars.
States are moving to make contraception more accessible, with the charge being led by Republican men.
Getting government out of the way would protect women and employers alike.
The Obama administration needs higher standards for violating the right to free exercise.
Subsidized birth control pills for some women shouldn't come at the expense of easing access restrictions for all.
Proposal would let patients pick up birth control pills at the pharmacy counter.
Catholic TV station EWTN's fate hinges on the decision of a three-judge panel.
New EEOC guidelines on the rights of pregnant employees could allow women without contraceptive coverage to file an employment discrimination complaint.
Responses to the last week's Supreme Court rulings show that progressives care about neither individuals nor liberty.