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1. "Future of an Illusion: Reconstituting Planned Parenthood v. Casey"
[discussing Planned Parenthood v. Casey
, 505 U.S.833 (1992)]
Author(s): Strossen, Nadine & Collins, Ronald K.L.
16 CONSTITUTIONAL COMMENTARY 587 (No. 3, Winter 1999)
2. "Text, Precedent, And The Constitution: Some Originalist And Normative Arguments For Overruling Planned Parenthood Of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey"
[discussing Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey
, 505 U.S. 833 (1992)]
Subject(s): CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, ABORTION & LEGAL HISTORY
Author(s): Calabresi, Steven G.
22 CONSTITUTIONAL COMMENTARY 311 (No. 2, Summer 2005)
3. "Casey at the Court"
Subject(s): HUMOR, SATIRE, ETC.
Author(s): Lawson, Gary
17 CONSTITUTIONAL COMMENTARY 161 (No. 2, Summer 2000)
4. "Sygenta Legal Tean [2017 Attorneys of the Year] [Lewis A. Remele, Jr.] [Stanford P. Hill] [Casey D. Marshall] [Aram V. Desteian] [Jeffrey D. Klobucar] [Daniel E. Gustafson] [Karla M. Gluek] [Amanda M. Williams] [Eric S. Taubel] [Robert K. Shelquist]"
[Rebecca A. Peterson, Craig S. Davis, William R. Sieben, Matthew J. Barber, Alicia N. Sieben.].
Subject(s): LAWYERS & AGRICULTURE & LAW
Author(s): Heilman, Cheryl
91 MINNESOTA LAWYER S-41 (No. 74, February 8, 2018)
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