The Catholic League said Thursday that it will sit out next year's St. Patrick's Day Parade in New York because event organizers aren't letting an anti-abortion group march.
This policy was a key reason some antiabortion Democrats agreed to sign on to the law when it was passed by Congress in 2010.
After organizers agreed to allow a gay and lesbian group to march, William Donohue of the Catholic League announced that his organization would not take part in next year's popular celebration of Irish-American culture, New York's St. Patrick's Day parade.
A nonpartisan congressional agency is raising new questions about compliance with a key compromise on abortion that allowed the federal health care law to pass in 2010.
A roundup of business news.
Organizers during the past year have worked to modernize the event and make it more inclusive.
Already among the leaders in abortion restrictions, Missouri could be poised to enact one of the nation's longest mandatory waiting periods for women wanting to terminate a pregnancy.
Well, that was a bit underwhelming: No rate-guidance change.
The House majority leader was ousted by his primary opponent in a stunning loss Tuesday.
A round-up of news from around the country.
Load more results