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Abortion Law in the Aftermath of Webster [electronic resource].
Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service
[S.l] : [s.n.], 1989.
20 p. : digital, PDF file.
Privacy, Right of.
Provides an overview of abortion regulation based upon Supreme Court Justices opinions in Webster v. Reproductive Health Services, examines the application of the current review standard to the Missouri statute, and discusses the issues involved in three new abortion cases. Also reviews implications for the right of privacy in the relationship between the pending cases and the right to die case, Cruzan v. Director, the Missouri Department of Health.
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