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After a two-week wait for a final decision, the California Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear a case in which a woman contended that her use of birth control resulted in an unwanted pregnancy.
“We have had plenty of time to examine the evidence and decide if there is even any merit in the plaintiff’s claim,” Justice Robert H. Breyer wrote for the court.
The court also rejected the state’s argument that the woman, who did not want to take part in the case, could not prove that she was raped by her boyfriend of two years.
The court’s decision leaves in place a lower court ruling requiring the state to reimburse the woman for the cost of her birth control, but bars it from providing her with health care coverage.
Justice Breyer wrote that as he had noted in his opinion last month in a separate California case involving a woman’s claim that a family planning clinic in San Diego had refused to treat her because of her age, the woman in this case had made some claims about her experiences that the court should view with skepticism.
The Washington Capitals and former Capitals goaltender Ray Emery have reached agreement on a five-year contract that will serve as a two-way contract through the 2019-20 season.
Sources indicate that agreement is finalized and will be officially announced Tuesday before the Capitals leave for their two-game road trip beginning Wednesday in Dallas. The Capitals return to practice Wednesday.
Washington, which acquired Emery from the Colorado Avalanche on Oct. 30, 2016, selected Emery with the second overall selection of the 2011 NHL Draft. Emery made his NHL debut Oct. 26, 2012 against the Vancouver Canucks in a 5-0 victory that sealed the Capitals’ run to the Stanley Cup Final (3-1) that season. In his first three seasons, Emery led all goalies in wins (51), shutouts (16) and goals-against average (2.23).
Emery was voted the second-best goaltender in the National Hockey League by a vote of the coaches and GMs of the 50 NHL clubs as part of The Hockey News All-Star Game in December 2014. The Capitals’ netminder earned a spot on the