The American Civil Liberties Union, Planned Parenthood of Indiana and the Indiana Attorney General were in court today to debate the legality of a state statute that blocks public funding to Planned Parenthood. The law blocks any of Indiana’s Medicaid dollars from going to the organization or any other that provides abortions, though federal funding… Continue reading Zoeller Says Federal Challenge Should Take Precedent Over Planned Parenthood Case
A University of Louisville official says the White House’s latest campaign to stop sexual assaults on college campuses is a welcome step. This week, Vice President Joe Biden and Education Secretary Arne Duncan encouraged universities to more closely follow the provisions of Title IX meant to prevent sexual assaults. Those provisions outline how investigations should… Continue reading U of L Official Says White House Call to Stop Sexual Assaults at Colleges Will Fight Unreported Attacks
Negotiations on a merger with Jewish Hospital and St. Mary’s Healthcare and Colorado-based Catholic Health Initiatives began in March. The U of L Board of Trustees Thursday moved the talks forward by authorizing a letter of intent. The letter paves the way for the creation of a new healthcare system comprised of all three entities.