A Thorn in the Side of Privacy: The Need for Reassessment of the Constitutional Right to Abortion
Kunz, Kimberly A.
Marquette Law Review. 1987 Spring; 70(3): 534-571.
Abortion; Adults; Autonomy; Constitutional Law; Consent; Fetuses; Financial Support; Government; Government Regulation; Indigents; Informed Consent; Judicial Action; Law; Legal Aspects; Legal Rights; Minors; Physicians; Pregnant Women; Privacy; Regulation; Rights; State Government; State Interest; Supreme Court Decisions; Third Party Consent; Viability;
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Kunz, Kimberly A. (1987-03)
Poe v. Gerstein: Constitutional Right of Privacy -- Minor's Right to an Abortion -- Statutory Requirement of Spousal Consent, or Parental Consent in the Case of an Unmarried, Minor Female, Is a Unconstitutional Deprivation of a Woman's Right To Determine Whether to Undergo an Abortion Sanders, Arthur David (1976-12)
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