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June 09, 2004

Expert testimony and abortion bans

Peter Nordberg of Daubert on the Web (Jun. 6) has a thought-provoking post pointing out the surprising extent to which judicial rulings on scientific evidence helped shape the result in last week's case of Planned Parenthood v. Ashcroft, in which Judge Phyllis Hamilton struck down the Partial Birth Abortion Act of 2003.

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Scientific Evidence



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