My Body, My Consent: Securing the Constitutional Right to Abortion Funding

McDonagh, Eileen L.
March 1999
Albany Law Review;1999, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p1057
Academic Journal
Focuses on the idea of interpreting the constitutional right of women to abortion in the United States under the concept of women's right to consent-to-pregnancy. Definition of consent-to-pregnancy; Implication of the government's refusal to fund abortions; Discussion on the objection to the claim that harm results from a fetus under certain conditions; Conclusion.


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