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Daily Dashboard | US Congressional Research Service outlines constitutional privacy rights for family planning Related reading: A trans-Atlantic comparison of anonymization, deidentification



The U.S. Congressional Research Service published a report on the constitutional rights to privacy in the context of "procreation, child rearing, contraception, marriage and sexual activity." The report examines constitutional rights and precedents established for the various categories by the U.S. Supreme Court, which has "held that the Constitution protects as fundamental an individual’s autonomy to make certain decisions." Additionally, the report addresses the reversal of Roe v. Wade and its effects on women's reproductive health privacy, including updated legal and authoritative considerations for Congress.
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