Tom Taylor

US Law Week

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Assistant Managing Editor at US Law Week, a legal and business news service associated with Bloomberg BNA

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The Supreme Court ruled today that Hobby Lobby can decline to offer contraceptive coverage under the Affordable Care Act for religious reasons.

Hobby Lobby FAQs

The Supreme Court ruled today that Hobby Lobby can decline to offer contraceptive coverage under the Affordable Care Act for religious reasons.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Now a constitutional right to privacy extends to the smartphones Americans hold in their hands.

SCOTUS Rules on Cell Phone Searches, Cable Copyright

Now a constitutional right to privacy extends to the smartphones Americans hold in their hands.

from To the Point

"Congress may regulate campaign contributions to protect against corruption" but, "it may not regulate contributions simply to reduce the amount of money in politics."

SCOTUS Strikes Aggregate Limits on Campaign Contributions

"Congress may regulate campaign contributions to protect against corruption" but, "it may not regulate contributions simply to reduce the amount of money in politics."

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