Survey Says: Majority Of Americans Believe Employee Health Insurance Plans Should Cover Birth Control
The vast majority of voters – 82 percent – think birth control should be covered in health insurance plans, even if employers are morally opposed to it.
Today, Americans United and our allies are in court urging judges to once again rule that President Donald Trump’s Muslim ban should not go into effect.
Yesterday, I attended “Unfinished Business” – the LGBTQ summit hosted by The Atlantic in Washington, D.C.
While much press this week has understandably been devoted to the U.S.
Most American women use or have used birth control, and most would likely tell you how important it is to them. There’s the obvious benefits: contraception lets women decide when and whether to start or grow their family, and protects their health by treating common medical conditions.
Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission.
The Supreme Court today is hearing oral arguments in what will likely be a very important case for religious freedom.
Recently, American United’s Faith Organizer Bill Mefford became the latest AU staff member to become a published author.