Trump Move on Healthcare Religious Freedom Prompts Discrimination Fears
"Conscience protections for health professionals and religious institutions, particularly in the abortion context, are long-standing and deeply rooted," said Richard Garnett, a professor at Notre Dame Law School in Indiana.
Science Is Giving the Pro-Life Movement a Boost
“There [are] no people who are just sitting in a lab, working on their projects,” said O. Carter Snead, a professor of law and political science at Notre Dame who served as general counsel to President George W. Bush’s Council of Bioethics.
A year of living dangerously: Catholics and Donald Trump
“For many Catholic voters, pro-life commitments and concerns about the vulnerability of religious freedom and the composition of the federal courts provided reasons to, reluctantly, vote for Donald Trump, despite his unfitness for the presidency,” says Notre Dame law professor Richard Garnett.