Parental Notification Laws and their Influence on Abortion


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Parental Notification Laws and their Influence on Abortion
Parental notification laws and their influence on abortion is a topic that is often at the forefront of many debates surrounding the availability of abortion, related to minors or otherwise called in some research, adolescents. Coupled with this debate is the argument that not only do parental notification laws impede or negatively impact abortion decisions in minors (Haas-Wilson, 1996), it also impacts minor decisions to seek important sexual health care services vital to the health of sexually active teens. For clarity, parental involvement for the use of this critical review is defined a description that is used in laws that require unmarried teen minors (i.e., those under the...
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