In an opening brief filed January 10, a Mennonite family-run business based in Pennsylvania has asked the Supreme Court to put an end to the “unjust” ObamaCare mandate that requires company owners — despite their religious objections — to pay for birth control and abortion-causing drugs for their employees.

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear arguments for and against a Massachusetts law that forbids abortion opponents from entering a 35-foot buffer zone in front of entrances to facilities where abortions are performed.

With some 60 cities participating in federal roadside checkpoints, pushback from citizens and local police and sheriff’s departments is increasing.

In a change of policy, Ohio has declared that it will not enforce REAL ID standards in issuing state licenses.

Last year, federal regulations imposed an additional $112 billion in regulatory costs and 157.9 million paperwork burden hours on Americans, according to a study by the American Action Forum.