This Comment will first examine existing Supreme Court abortion and reproductive autonomy jurisprudence before seguing into an exploration of the limits of the ‘undue burden’ analysis through the Jackson Women’s Health Organization v. Currier temporary and preliminary injunction decisions. The final section of this Comment explores potential solutions from other areas of constitutional law, and proposes that some techniques for limiting the reach of state regulatory power might be imported from environmental law, which frequently must deal with interactions amongst complex regulatory regimes.
Recommended CitationLaura Young, Falling into the TRAP: The Ineffectiveness of ‘Undue Burden’ Analysis in Protecting Women’s Right to Choose, 34 Pace L. Rev. 947 (2014)
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