Casey upholding most provisions of the 1989 Pennsylvania Abortion Control Act.
What does PACA stand for?
PACA stands for Pennsylvania Abortion Control Act
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Planned Parenthood, he joined with his colleagues on the appeals court in a unanimous opinion upholding most of the pro-life 1989 Pennsylvania Abortion Control Act.
Passed in 1993, the Pennsylvania Abortion Control Act was even more restrictive than the federal Medicaid law.
I found out later that the Pennsylvania Abortion Control Act actually says that parental consent is needed for a minor under 18 years of age.
The Casey decision arose from a challenge mounted by a group of abortion clinics against certain amendments (enacted by the state legislature in 1988 and 1989) to the Pennsylvania Abortion Control Act of 1982.
In addition, Rendell supports changes to the Pennsylvania Abortion Control Act to allow researchers to conduct stem cell research that would require the destruction of human embryos and would provide state money for the research.
To the wider public, Casey will best be remembered for the Pennsylvania Abortion Control Act and for the Democratic Party`s refusal to allow him to speak at its 1992 presidential nominating convention.