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Women and the Law News

Posted on: Jun 30, 2014


The Supreme Court's term ends today and two major decisions are expected to be made.

  • The first: a challenge to the Affordable Care Act. The issue? Whether or not companies should pay for contraceptives for employees.

UPDATE: A ruling has been reached. The Court holds that government can't require closely held corporations with religious owners to provide contraception coverage. Read the opinionhere.

  • The second: Can unions automatically deduct dues from workers' paychecks? That is the question the Supreme Court faces. Read this to find out more about this issue.

20 Years Ago Today...

Tonya Harding was banned for life from the U.S. Figure Skating Association for the attack on fellow rival Nancy Kerrigan. To read about how the case unfolded and where Harding is today, click here.


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