The Next Battleground? Personhood, Privacy, and Assisted Reproductive Technologies
Capital University - Law School
October 16, 2013
65 Oklahoma Law Review 177-223 (2013)
Personhood statutes and amendments have been proposed in several states. Their implications for state policies concerning abortion, contraception, and other areas of law including state policies related to assisted reproductive technologies are not well understood. This article explores these issues and the possible ramifications of the adoption of such a statute or state constitutional amendment.
Keywords: abortion, contraception, personhood, ART, embryos
JEL Classification: K10Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: October 17, 2013
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