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by Leon Friedman

eBook The Supreme Court Confronts Abortion: The Briefs, Argument, and Decision in Planned Parenthood V. Casey epub
  • ISBN: 0374272034
  • Author: Leon Friedman
  • Genre: Law
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Farrar Straus & Giroux; 1st edition (December 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 502 pages
  • ePUB size: 1808 kb
  • FB2 size 1210 kb
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Planned Parenthood v. Casey, 505 . 833 (1992), was a landmark United States Supreme Court case regarding abortion

Planned Parenthood v. 833 (1992), was a landmark United States Supreme Court case regarding abortion. In a plurality opinion, the Court upheld the constitutional right to have an abortion that was established in Roe v. Wade (1973), but altered the standard for analyzing restrictions on that right, crafting the "undue burden" standard for abortion restrictions.

The Supreme Court confronts abortion : the briefs, argument, and decision in Planned Parenthood v. Casey /. In June 1992, accompanied by the clamor of pro-choice and anti-abortion demonstrations, the Supreme Court made its most significant statement to date about the right to an abortion under the Constitution in its decision in Planned Parenthood v. Casey Full description. Saved in: Corporate Authors: Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania. Other Authors: Casey, Robert P. 1932-2000.

Friedman, Leon (e. (1993) The Supreme Court Confronts Abortion:The Briefs,Argument, and Decision in Planned . In Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey, sowed the seeds for a more nuanced understanding of both liberty and equality. (1993) The Supreme Court Confronts Abortion:The Briefs,Argument, and Decision in Planned Parenthood v. Casey. Abortion and Dialogue: Pro-Choice, Pro-Life, and American Law Pregnant Men: Practice, Theory, and the LawAlien as an abortion parable. Although the lead opinion is so fractured that, as the maze of concurrences and dissents illustrate, there is something in it for everyone to hate, it may signal the approach of a new phase in the Court's abortion jurisprudence.

Washington (CNN) The Supreme Court Monday rebuffed efforts by states to. .At issue is not whether states can provide federal funding for abortion.

Washington (CNN) The Supreme Court Monday rebuffed efforts by states to block funding to Planned Parenthood. This justice began the Supreme Court's conservative transformation. It left in place two lower court opinions that said that states violate federal law when they terminate Medicaid contracts with Planned Parenthood affiliates who offer preventive care for low income women. It would have taken four justices to agree to hear the issue, and only three conservative justices - Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch - voted to hear the case.

After Roe established abortion rights, Planned Parenthood v. The Planned Parenthood v. Casey decision, announced in June 1992, was stunning. Casey reined them in, creating a new legal standard that gave states greater leeway to regulate the procedure. When the court holds oral arguments this week, the signs that protesters wave and the chants they chant will likely focus on Roe, but the outcome of the case will hinge on how justices interpret Casey. One of those states was Texas, which in 2013 enacted HB 2, an omnibus bill whose multiple provisions include restrictions, known as TRAP laws, targeting abortion providers.

Following are excerpts from the Supreme Court's ruling today in the Pennsylvania abortion case, Planned Parenthood v. And at oral argument in this Court, the attorney for the parties challenging the statute took the position that none of the enactments can be upheld without overruling Roe v. Wade. We disagree with that analysis; but we acknowledge that our decisions after Roe cast doubt upon the meaning and reach of its holding. Further, the Chief Justice admits that he would overrule the central holding of Roe and adopt the rational relationship test as the sole criterion of constitutionality.

The Supreme Court handed down its decision yesterday in Planned Parenthood v. Casey, and now the analysis and debate over its immediate and longterm impact on abortion law and reproductive rights will begin for legal scholars and political leaders

The Supreme Court handed down its decision yesterday in Planned Parenthood v. Casey, and now the analysis and debate over its immediate and longterm impact on abortion law and reproductive rights will begin for legal scholars and political leaders. But for public law specialists in political science, the intellectual curiosity about this case began many months ago, and the announcement of yesterday's decision was only the latest in a string of actions that many had already followed with great interest.

PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA et al. v. CASEY, GOVERNOR. Because abortion involves the purposeful termination of po-tential life, the abortion decision must be recognized as sui generis, different in kind from the rights protected in the earlier cases under the rubric of personal or family privacy and autonomy. And the historical traditions of the American people-as evidenced by the English common. 505us3u117 07-09-96 09:34:02 PAGES OPINPGT. 840 PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF SOUTHEASTERN PA. CASEY Syllabus.

In June 1992, accompanied by the clamor of pro-choice and anti-abortion demonstrations, the Supreme Court made its most significant statement to date about the right to an abortion under the Constitution in its decision in Planned Parenthood v. Casey.The legal attack on a restrictive Pennsylvania law requiring parental consent, a twenty-four-hour waiting period, and spousal notification produced one of the more important constitutional confrontations in our history. Numerous parties - historians, doctors, representatives of minority groups, religious opponents, as well as the Justice Department - submitted amicus briefs presenting their position on the controversy. The lawyers for the parties examined the legal underpinnings and constitutional background to the abortion right in analytic briefs. They also presented their position in an oral argument before the Supreme Court.The final Supreme Court decision is a remarkable statement about the state of the law, the nature of constitutional determinations, the role of the Court in our democratic society, and the Justices' personal agony about the abortion controversy.The legal record collected in this book not only examines the legal and constitutional implications but constitutes a valuable resource laying out the historical record on abortion, the medical issues, and the impact of the decision on minorities and religious groups.Fascinating to read, the Supreme Court record is essential for anyone concerned about the political and social impact of restricting the right to an abortion.
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