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Review Of State Constitutional Law: Cases And Materials, 2nd Ed., By Robert F. Williams, Charles Baron Aug 2013

Review Of State Constitutional Law: Cases And Materials, 2nd Ed., By Robert F. Williams, Charles Baron

Charles H. Baron

No abstract provided.


Life's Sacred Value—Common Ground Or Battleground, Alexander Morgan Capron May 1994

Life's Sacred Value—Common Ground Or Battleground, Alexander Morgan Capron

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Life's Dominion: An Argument About Abortion, Euthanasia, and Individual Freedom by Ronald Dworkin


Abortion Rights In America, Joan R. Bullock Jan 1994

Abortion Rights In America, Joan R. Bullock

Journal Publications

The purpose of this Article is to raise the question of whether abortion is an answer to the numerous inequalities that confront many women when there is an unwanted pregnancy, or whether abortion exacerbates the inequalities by encouraging the subordination of women to men. There is the additional question of whether the judicial system is the appropriate forum for deciding the abortion issue-an issue that invokes high emotions and one that is fraught with deeply held and divergent moral convictions. It is my opinion that abortion has provided women with only an illusion of choice rather than meaningful choice because ...


Note, Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Silence: Taking A Stand On Fifth Amendment Implications For Court-Ordered Therapy Programs, Jessica Wilen Berg Jan 1994

Note, Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Silence: Taking A Stand On Fifth Amendment Implications For Court-Ordered Therapy Programs, Jessica Wilen Berg

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Mandatory Non-Anonymous Testing Of Newborns For Hiv: Should It Ever Be Allowed?, Jean R. Sternlight Jan 1994

Mandatory Non-Anonymous Testing Of Newborns For Hiv: Should It Ever Be Allowed?, Jean R. Sternlight

Scholarly Works

In response to cries from both the public and the medical community for increased research and improved treatments with respect to pediatric AIDS, some state legislatures have attempted to enact legislation that would require routine mandatory testing of newborns for HIV on a non-anonymous basis.

Those who favor mandatory testing of newborns contend that such testing is necessary in order to protect the health of newborns and to ensure that the newborns' doctors provide them with adequate care. Moreover, testing advocates argue that because most hospitals already screen anonymously, failing to inform parents of the test results is inappropriate and ...


Constitutional Impediments To National Health Reform: Tenth Amendment And Spending Power Hurdles, S. Candice Hoke Jan 1994

Constitutional Impediments To National Health Reform: Tenth Amendment And Spending Power Hurdles, S. Candice Hoke

Law Faculty Articles and Essays

This Article proceeds in four Parts. The first briefly summarizes the approach of each of the pending health reform bills and distills those portions relevant to current Tenth Amendment and Spending Clause analysis. Provisions that would impose on States the financial and administrative responsibility for achieving Federal regulatory objectives or that specify punitive measures to be taken against States choosing not to participate in the cooperative program are critical features for the inquiry. Employing these criteria, the first Part identifies seven distinct and largely novel models of problematic regulatory instructions that warrant more probative analysis.The second Part briefly outlines ...


The Constitutional Law Of Abortion In Germany: Should Americans Pay Attention?, Donald P. Kommers Jan 1994

The Constitutional Law Of Abortion In Germany: Should Americans Pay Attention?, Donald P. Kommers

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Review Of State Constitutional Law: Cases And Materials, 2nd Ed., By Robert F. Williams, Charles Baron Dec 1993

Review Of State Constitutional Law: Cases And Materials, 2nd Ed., By Robert F. Williams, Charles Baron

Charles H. Baron

No abstract provided.