Poe v. Ulman
curtism at bellsouth.net
Tue Apr 17 17:38:37 PDT 2007
Recently several list members cited articles about Poe v. Ulman and if I
recall correctly the effect of the Conn. ban of the use of contraceptives.
Can you send me those cites again. Off list answers are fine.
thanks very much,
Michael Kent Curtis curtismk at wfu.edu
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