... hopping, with participants expected to drink a certain number of drinks to make par. She had no memory of the alleged assault, but discovered it later when others told her that the other party had been joking about it.
She successfully sued college and
the ACT SupremeCourt
awarded her more than $420,000 for damages, medical costs and economic loss.
The case was whether or not the college breached its duty of care by forcing the intoxicated students to leave the university campus and committing a further breach in ...
... without the prime minister's consent, she will fight the next general election on the single issue of Scotland's independence.
spokesman said: "Our position remains the same, that now is not the time to talk about another referendum." TheSupremeCourt
will consider whether or not to accept the Scottish government's Lord Advocate's referral, as a decision is taken by the first minister so we will carefully study the details of the proposal.
... of three units per week on emergency contraceptive pills, the company said on Tuesday.
has put a temporary purchase limit of three units per week on emergency contraceptive pills, the company said on Tuesday.
The move came days after the US SupremeCourt overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling that recognized women's constitutional right to abortion.
Some women with unwanted pregnancies in the country may have to travel to another state where the procedure remains legal and available, buying abortion ...
... leave too many people liable for forced child labor, including consumers and retailers who might benefit from lower prices.
The plaintiffs had brought a lawsuit under the federal Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act.
In June of last year,
the US SupremeCourt
threw out a similar lawsuit by six Malian citizens against
and Nestle, which was brought under the Alien Tort Statute, a 1789 federal law.
It was the latest in a series of rulings limiting access to federal courts based on human rights ...
... more conservative.
Trump paid the district a visit on Saturday for a rally backing Miller, who tried to ride momentum from the event into a victory on Tuesday. The appearance was marred by Miller credited with victory for white life — a reference to theSupremeCourt's decision to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling that provided constitutional protections for abortion rights.
Her campaign said she misread prepared remarks that included the phrase Right to Life, and Miller later told a local radio station ...
O Dea beat state Rep. Ron Hanks, a 2020 election denier who opposes abortion without exception, for the right to face Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet in November.
O Dea beat state Rep. Ron
, a 2020 election denier who opposes abortion without exception, for the right to face Democratic Sen.
A construction company ...
Since the ruling, a growing number of companies have confirmed that they will cover travel costs through their health insurance plans for employees who leave their home state to get an abortion.
told employees it recognised the impact of theSupremeCourt
ruling and remained committed to giving them comprehensive access to affordable healthcare, including family planning and reproductive care, no matter where they live.
employs around 80,000 people at its resort in Florida, where the ban ...
... great news for tenants. As an Assemblymember, I wrote a common-sense law to protect tenants from egregious rent hikes and predatory evictions.
Better Housing for Long Beach
are evaluating their next steps, including possibly appealing to
the U.S. SupremeCourt