emaltz at camden.rutgers.edu
Sat Nov 5 05:34:24 PST 2005
Not under any case law that I know.
At 07:27 AM 11/5/2005 -0500, Mark Graber wrote:
>This thread on spousal notification and undue burden brings up a
>question that has always interested me. Suppose a man makes the
>following uncontested claim. He admits to impregnating a woman with
>whom he is not married, urging her to have an abortion, and expressing
>willingness to pay all the expenses associated with abortion, including
>any post-abortion counseling. Does he have a constitutional right not
>to pay child care?
>Mark A. Graber
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