Whether or not Dr. According to Minnesota law Dr. The Minnesota law on abortions was infringing on the rights of privacy.
I dissent from the judgment of the Court in No. The bypass procedure cannot save those requirements because the bypass itself is unconstitutional both on its face and as applied.
I This Court has consistently held since Roe v. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, U. Akron Center for Reproductive Health, Inc. Accordingly, we have subjected state laws limiting that right to the most exacting scrutiny, requiring a State to show that such a law is narrowly drawn to serve a compelling interest.
Roe, supra, at ; Akron Center for Reproductive Health, supra, at Roe remains the law of the land. Repro ductive Health Services, U. Accordingly, to be constitutional, state restrictions on abortion must meet the rigorous test set forth above.
See post, at opinion of Kennedy, J. I base my conclusion not on my intuition about the needs and attitudes of young women, but on a sizable and impressive collection of empirical data documenting the effects of parental notification statutes and of delaying an abortion.
Second, the burdensome restrictions are not narrowly tailored to serve any compelling state interest. Finally, for the reasons discussed in Part III, infra, the judicial bypass procedure does not save the notice and delay requirements.
A substantial proportion of pregnant minors voluntarily consult with a parent regardless of the existence of a notification requirement. Minors 15 years old or younger are even more likely voluntarily to discuss the abortion decision with their parents.
For these women, the notification requirement by itself does not impose a significant burden. But for those young women who would choose not to inform their parents, the burden is evident: A notification requirement can also have severe physical and psychological effects on a young woman.
First, forced notification of one parent, like forced notification of both parents, can be extremely traumatic for a young woman, depending on the nature of her relationship with her parents. Psychosocial Considerations, 21 Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology The impact of any notification requirement is especially devastating for minors who live in fear of physical, psychological, or sexual abuse.
Healthfinding that many minors chose not to inform parents voluntarily because of fear of negative consequences such as physical punishment or other retaliation.
Certainly, child abuse is not limited to families with two parents. Second, the prospect of having to notify a parent causes many young women to delay their abortions, thereby increasing the health risks of the procedure.
The risks posed by this delay are especially significant because adolescents already delay seeking medical care until relatively late in their pregnancies, when risks are higher. Adolescent Sexuality, Pregnancy, and Childbearing C.
In addition, a notification requirement compels many minors seeking an abortion to travel to a State without such a requirement to avoid notifying a parent. Impact of the Massachusetts Law, 76 American J. Other women may resort to the horrors of self-abortion or illegal abortion rather than tell a parent.
Matheson, supra, atand n. See also Bellotti II, U. Moreover, the hour delay burdens the rights of all minors, including those who would voluntarily consult with one or both parents.
The District Court specifically found as a matter of fact that "[d]elay of any length in performing an abortion increases the statistical risk of mortality and morbidity.
Even a brief delay can have a particularly detrimental impact if it pushes the abortion into the second trimester, when the operation is substantially more risky and costly. A World Reviewpp. Certainly no pregnant woman facing these heightened risks to her health would dismiss them as "minimal.
The main purpose of the notification requirement is to "protect the well-being of minors by encouraging minors to discuss with their parents the decision whether to terminate their pregnancies" Id.Sep 10, · Jane Hodgson Vs.
Minnesota Ravi Singhvi September 10, Legal Brief Title: Dr. Jane Hodgson v. Minnesota U.S. Legal Issue: Whether or not Dr. Jane Hodgson actions were justifiable and if Minnesotas law against abortion is unconstitutional.
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