Reva Siegel

Professor of Law at Yale Law School

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Professor of Law at Yale Law School

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Women still have the  right to choose an abortion  in the United States, but not by "intact dilation and extraction," also called "partial birth abortion."  Last week's  US Supreme…

Abortion: After the US Supreme Court's Latest Decision

Women still have the right to choose an abortion in the United States, but not by "intact dilation and extraction," also called "partial birth abortion."  Last week's US Supreme…

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