Roe v. Wade


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A landmark case presented before the US Supreme Court in 1973, which was instrumental in legalising abortion in the US

Roe v. Wade

Obstetrics A 'landmark' case presented before the US Supreme Court in 1973, which was instrumental in legalizing abortion
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Each entry includes a photo and brief information that includes place of birth, full name, interesting personal or professional data, and a small article giving the person's official title and summarizing his or her connection to the Roe v.
Brownback said he was disappointed and frustrated over Miers' refusal to discuss in any detail the high court's 1973 Roe v.
I've never advocated a constitutional amendment to repeal Roe v.
NEW YORK -- January 2003 marks the 30th anniversary of the precedent-setting Roe v.
NEW YORK -- This month marks the 30-year anniversary of the precedent-setting Roe v.
But the remnants of FDR's New Deal (now a very Small Deal) and the Roe v.
Levitt of the University of Chicago, a large part of the last decade's dramatically reduced crime rate may be traceable to 1973's Roe v.
What if Justice O'Connor and/or Justice Kennedy had joined Chief Justice Rehnquist and Justices Scalia, White, and Thomas to overrule Roe v.
However, all of her doctors provided abortions immediately before Roe v.
The first half of the book describes the grassroots feminist movement in Austin, Texas, that culminated in Roe v.
If the Supreme court overturns the decision in Roe v.
Though presented with many opportunities over the past 16 years, the Supreme Court has yet to retreat from its ruling in Roe v.