Emergency contraceptives can cost $1,000
The Supreme Court is poised to deliver its verdict in a case that weighs the religious rights of employers and the right of women to the birth control of their choice.Continued ...
Best state: California, for its smooth health-care rollout
The Affordable Care Act's size and scope led to some incredible flops in states such as Maryland, Nevada, Hawaii and Oregon, where websites intended to help people gain health insurance coverage failed miserably. But other states fared better.Continued ...
Who had the worst week in Washington? The tea party
Political movements peter out unless they prove they can win.Continued ...
Brat, Cantor camps squabble in Virginia
Ever since Dave Brat dethroned House Majority Leader Eric Cantor this month, the political newcomer has vowed to bring together the warring factions of the Republican Party.Continued ...
Virginia panel's emails describe turmoil over hiring senator
Virginia Sen. Phillip Puckett was about to get a good gig with the state tobacco commission, one created just for him, with a job description he was invited to write himself. Maybe even a state car.Continued ...
Child-care issues move to political forefront as both parties position for midterms
WASHINGTON — Paid leave and access to child care are surging to the top of the nation’s political debate as Democrats and Republicans seek to win votes and advance policies to address the economic struggles of families trying to raise children and hold jobs.Continued ...
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