Anti-abortion protestors marking Roe v. Wade anniversary with D.C. March
Published on January 28, 2013 at 5:46 AM
Meanwhile, a coalition including business interests, state officials and educational institutions is gelling around efforts to fight the health law's contraception mandate.
USA Today: Anti-Abortion March To Draw Thousands To Washington
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to fill the National Mall on Friday to protest the 40-year-old landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in the first trimester. Buses are shuttling in anti-abortion protesters from all over the country for the annual March for Life. Organizers predict many of them will be young people (1/25).
Roll Call: Unlikely Coalition Fights Contraception Mandate
Abortion opponents rallying by the thousands Friday in Washington at the annual March for Life have lost some political battles lately but won a string of court victories, thanks in part to a diverse coalition challenging a contraception mandate in the health care overhaul. For-profit businesses, state attorneys general and educational institutions are among more than 100 plaintiffs who have mounted some 40 lawsuits challenging the mandate, according to the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, a nonprofit legal institute that has played a leading role in the suits (Carney, 1/24).
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