Today on Categorical Imperatives we do our latest installment of “Today In Supreme Court History. This is the 1992 case that sought to overturn Roe v Wade, but ended up reaffirming Roe, however with some very interesting changes to the original decision. This case had a fascinating treatment of a number of areas of 14th amendment jurisprudence including it’s shifting views on the application of substantive due process & judicial scrutiny. As well as an odd an unique approach to Stare Decisis.
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