The Center for Women Policy Studies announces the online publication of seven new Reproductive Laws for the 21st Century Papers.
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The new Reproductive Laws for the 21st Century Papers are:
*The Impact of Imposing Time Limits on Access to Safe Abortion Care in Bangladesh by Noushin Islam and Shahanoor Akter Chowdhury
*Reproductive Justice: A Useful Approach for Lesbian Families in Argentina to Bypass Legal Constrictions and Political Misunderstandings by Maria Luisa Peralta
*The Limits and Potential of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) in Promoting Women’s Health by Susan Berke Fogel and Tracy A. Weitz
*”She Doesn’t Deserve to be Treated Like This”: Prisons as Sites of Reproductive Injustice by Rachel Roth
*Reproductive Freedom and Barriers to Care in the U.S. Military by Elizabeth S. Kellogg, Estefania Ponti, and Greg Jacob, Service Women’s Action Network (SWAN)
* Pre-Existing Conditions: How Restrictions on Abortion Coverage and Marginalization of Care Paved the Way for Discriminatory Treatment of Abortion in Health Reform and Beyond by Amy Allina, Jessica Arons, M. Elizabeth Barajas-Román
*Pregnancy Exclusions in State Living Will and Medical Proxy Statutes by Megan Greene and Leslie R. Wolfe
We hope you will share our enthusiasm for these Papers –and for the previously published Reproductive Laws for the 21st Century Papers, which we announced in two earlier issues of E-NEWS from the Center for Women Policy Studies (January 24, 2012 and February 9, 2012).
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