Derek Reinbold  //  4/9/17  //  Topic Update

Constitutional arguments against H.J. Res 43, the bill that would allow states to deny federal grants to women’s health care programs, are promising, writes Leah Litman for Take Care.

Vice President Michael Pence’s view of women as “mother/daughter saints or . . . temptresses” colors his views on reproductive justice, argues Leah Litman at Take Care.

Vice President Michael Pence’s policy of never dining alone with a woman other than his wife is a disturbing sign for the future of anti-discrimination lawargues Leah Litman on Take Care.

  • At Vox, Joanna L. Grossman argues such conduct may violate Title VII.
  • Michael Dorf (Dorf on Law) offers suggestions for VP Pence to follow his morals legally.

Updates | The Week of January 22, 2018

1/28/18  //  Daily Update

Advocacy groups sued the Department of Education over its sexual assault guidance. HHS's new religious freedom division constitutes a new attack on women's health, wrote Jamille Fields at The Hill.

Updates | The Week of December 18, 2017

12/24/17  //  Daily Update

Another federal judge blocked a Trump Administration executive order that would allow employers with religious objections to refuse employee's contraceptive coverage as a part of healthcare plans.

Updates | The Week of October 30, 2017

11/5/17  //  Daily Update

Notre Dame University ended contraception coverage for students and staff after the Trump administration rolled back the contraception coverage mandate under the Affordable Care Act.