H. L. v. Matheson
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|H. L. v. Matheson|
|Argued October 6, 1980
Decided March 23, 1981
|Full case name||H. L. v. Scott M. Matheson, Governor of Utah, et al.|
|Citations||450 U.S. 398 (more)|
|A state may require a doctor to inform a teenaged girl's parents before performing an abortion or face criminal penalty.|
|Majority||Burger, joined by Stewart, White, Powell, Rehnquist|
|Dissent||Marshall, joined by Brennan, Blackmun|
H. L. v. Matheson, 450 U.S. 398 (1981) was a United States Supreme Court abortion rights case, according to which a state may require a doctor to inform a teenaged girl's parents before performing an abortion or face criminal penalty.
- Bridge, B. (1982). "Parent versus child: H.L. v. Matheson and the new abortion litigation". Wisconsin Law Review. 55 (1): 75–116. PMID 11655605.
- Medler, M. A. (1982). "H.L. v. Matheson: parental notice prior to abortion". St. Louis University Law Journal. 26 (2): 426–446. PMID 11655739.
- Wolff, M. H.; Hawn, R. H. (1982). "H.L. v. Matheson and the right of minors to seek abortions". California West Law Review. 19 (1): 74–106. PMID 11658632.
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