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Legal Docket, the greatest story ever told, Dollars and Sense
Today’s news and legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard discusses the most recent Supreme Court cases, plus: an interview with Tim McKenzie, founder of On Every Word, a financial news update from Warren Cole Smith, and more
Little Sisters of the Poor: The Obama administration is squaring off against a group of nuns in a legal battle over Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate. Colorado’s Little Sisters of the Poor argue that they should not be forced to pay for contraceptives in their health plans.
Romney on Obamacare: Former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney took on a few controversial aspects of Obamacare, including the law’s “essential benefits” mandates.
NSA criticism: GOP Senator Rand Paul is renewing his criticism of the NSA, with harsh words for Clapper, the head of the NSA who Paul says lied to Congress during this exchange last March.
Legal Docket: The most recent Supreme Court cases
Legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard recaps the most recent Supreme Court Cases, as well as addressing the injunction granted by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor on New Year’s Eve to the Roman Catholic nuns of the Little Sisters of the Poor.
The greatest story ever told -- heard through the spoken Word of God
Stock market finishes strong in 2013, consumer confidence rising
Warren Cole Smith covers the financial beat for WORLD News Group. Read his online column, Dollars and Sense.