University of Minnesota Law Student Argues Women’s Clinics Are Marketplaces Worthy of Commerce Clause Protections

A University of Minnesota Law Student argues in this paper that clinics performing reproductive rights for women should be treated as commerce, that commerce is controlled by the federal commerce clause, and that federal legislation guaranteeing women (especially poor women) access to reproductive markets may be the solution to ending attacks on women’s reproductive rights currently under attack in several states.

YOU CAN HELP SOMEONE ADOPT:  If you know someone who is pregnant and seeking an adoptive family, please call Adam Sklar, Esq. at 1-800-44-SKLAR. (1-800-447-5527).  Please like & share this post to help a family adopt.

Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required