On Friday, about one-third of the abortion clinics in Texas started calling women to cancel long-standing appointments and turning away panicked, crying patients who showed up at the door.
Libertarianism has won over the Supreme Court conservatives
Libertarianism has won over the Supreme Court's conservatives.
Legal scholars of the right and left take on the Supreme Court's decisions to overturn DOMA and pass on Prop 8.
How the DOMA ruling creates a path for nationwide marriage equality
How the DOMA ruling creates a path for nationwide marriage equality.
It’s been a couple of hours now since the Supreme Court handed down its decisions on the Defense of Marriage Act and California’s Proposition 8. Do you know what really happened? I don’t, not precisely. I know the court struck down DOMA as unconstitutional, which means that the federal government cannot deny benefits to members of same-sex marriages, although it does not mean that anybody in America can marry somebody of the same sex—that still depends on which state you would like to do it in.
A limited ruling would be a constitutional trainwreck
A limited ruling would be a constitutional trainwreck.
Equality activists shouldn't worry if the Supreme Court punts the issue
Equality activists shouldn't worry if the Supreme Court punts the issue.