Tag:Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health
Justices Participated but Didn’t Sign Sworn Affidavits in Dobbs-Leak Investigation, Marshal Says
Friday’s statement clarified investigators spoke to the justices but they were not asked to sign an affidavit like other employees.
No Kidding: CWBA Hosts Post-Dobbs Public Policy Fundraiser
A serious discussion of the impacts of Dobbs followed by stand-up comedy was a spoonful of sugar approach at a CWBA fundraising event.
Abortion Law Enforcement Spills into AG Races Across U.S.
Across the country, enforcement of criminal laws against abortion has become a campaign issue for elected prosecutors.
CU Law School Panel Reflects on SCOTUS Term
A panel reflected on the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2021 term and its impacts on the law, appellate practice and society.