Planned Parenthood V. Casey - Background of The Case - Third Circuit Court of Appeals Decision

Third Circuit Court of Appeals Decision

The Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit affirmed in part and reversed in part, upholding all of the regulations except for the husband notification requirement. Then-Circuit Judge Samuel Alito sat on that three-judge appellate panel and dissented from the court's invalidation of that requirement.

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Planned Parenthood V. Casey - Background of The Case - Third Circuit Court of Appeals Decision
... The Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit affirmed in part and reversed in part, upholding all of the regulations except for the husband ... Then-Circuit Judge Samuel Alito sat on that three-judge appellate panel and dissented from the court's invalidation of that requirement ...

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