Supreme Court

    • Waiting On The Supreme Court's Contraceptive Mandate Decision

      The Fiscal Times examines the issues before the Supreme Court on a contraceptive mandate case. Other outlets look at how the health law marketplaces interact with private insurance sales and also at a decision by Sodexo to restore health benefits to thousands of college cafeteria workers after initially blaming the health law for dropping them.

      (Daily Report) Jun 27

    • Supreme Court Strikes Down Mass. Buffer Zone For Abortion Clinics

      The state had banned protesters within 35 feet of abortion clinics but the ruling by Chief Justice John Roberts said that infringed on First Amendment rights.

      (Daily Report) Jun 27

    • First Edition: June 25, 2014

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including a report about a recent analysis that finds new health plan enrollees are showing high rates of serious health conditions.

      (Daily Report) Jun 25

    • Still Waiting On High Court's Decision On Birth Control Coverage Mandate

      A decision could be issued any day. Also still in the mix is the court's ruling on a First Amendment challenge to a Massachusetts law that established a 35-foot buffer zone to restric demonstrators outside of abortion clinics.

      (Daily Report) Jun 23

    • First Edition: June 23, 2014

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including news stories about management changes.

      (Daily Report) Jun 23

    • High Court Decision Imminent On Health Law's Birth Control Mandate

      Also pending is a decision regarding free speech arguments against a Massachusetts law that creates a buffer zone around abortion clinics to keep protesters from patients.

      (Daily Report) Jun 19

    • High Court Allows Anti-Abortion Groups To Challenge Ohio Law Banning False Speech

      The Ohio campaign law makes it illegal to lie about political candidates. The case originated after the Susan B. Anthony List accused Democratic Rep. Steve Driehaus of voting for "taxpayer-funded abortion" because he supported the Affordable Care Act. But he said the claims were false because both the health law and a related presidential order prohibit federal abortion funding.

      (Daily Report) Jun 17

    • Capsules: High Court Rules Anti-Abortion Group Can Sue Over Election ‘Truth-Telling’ Law

      Check out what else is new on the KHN's blog, Capsules.

      (Daily Report) Jun 17

    • Contraceptive Coverage Case Decison Still Pending

      The decision on the legal challenge to the health law's birth control mandate will be issued by the end of this month. Also yet to be released is the Supreme Court's opinion on abortion opponents' free-speech challenge to a Massachusetts law mandating a 35-foot protest-free zone on public sidewalks outside abortion clinics.

      (Daily Report) Jun 16

    • First Edition: June 16, 2014

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including more analysis of the events that led to a resolution of Virginia's budget impasse and an end -- at least for now -- to Gov. Terry McAuliffe's hope to expand Medicaid.

      (Daily Report) Jun 16