After failing to defund Planned Parenthood through legislation, Republican lawmakers are asking federal regulators to deny taxpayer dollars to the nation’s largest abortionist.
An Oregon state worker has paid thousands of dollars to the union that spent tens of thousands of dollars attacking her husband.
The widow of Marine-turned-anti-euthanasia activist J.J. Hanson is asking lawmakers to vote down a bid to legalize assisted suicide.
Religious liberty advocates received a boost in federal courts after the Senate confirmed one of the nation’s leading First Amendment attorneys to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
The Washington, D.C., Department of Health said its assisted-suicide program is designed to protect vulnerable patients, disputing criticism from advocates that it has hampered access to lethal medication.
Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains is fighting a unionization attempt from Service Employees International Union, despite the labor giant’s emphatic support for the nation’s largest abortion provider.
Management attorneys and trade groups are petitioning the Trump administration to reverse President Obama’s rule changes that drastically sped up the timeline of union elections.
Zero people have obtained lethal doses of medication in Washington, D.C., since the District legalized physician-assisted suicide in 2017.
President Donald Trump is seeking to elevate two state judges from his Supreme Court shortlist to federal courts.
Republicans will once again have a majority at the nation’s top labor arbiter after the Senate confirmed Trump nominee John Ring on Wednesday.