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  STENBERG V. CARHART
According to the joint opinion, “The fact that a law which serves a valid purpose, one not designed to strike at the right itself, has the incidental effect of making it more difficult or more expensive to procure an abortion cannot be enough to invalidate it.” Id., at 874.
In effect, no regulation of abortion procedures is permitted because there will always be some support for a procedure and there will always be some doctors who conclude that the procedure is preferable.
Indeed, a significant portion of the Court’s opinion was devoted to describing the effect of Congress’ use of that term.
supct.law.cornell.edu /supct/html/99-830.ZD3.html   (11619 words)

  
 FindLaw for Legal Professionals - Case Law, Federal and State Resources, Forms, and Code
Thus, the court concluded that, at most, the ordinances' effect on petitioners' religious conduct was "incidental to [their] secular purpose and effect." Id., at 1484.
Apart from the text, the effect of a law in its real operation is strong evidence of its object.
A law that is religion neutral on its face or in its purpose may lack neutrality in its effect by forbidding something that religion requires or requiring something that religion forbids.
caselaw.lp.findlaw.com /scripts/getcase.pl?court=US&vol=508&invol=520   (14910 words)

  
 Fluorides and Fluoridation - PACE ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW
To fully understand the detrimental effects of fluoride on the human body, one must be familiar with its chemical properties and how it has become regulated by the federal government.
To accomplish this goal, Part I of this Comment examines the adverse health effects caused by fluoride ingestion and how fluoride has come to be labeled as a contaminant, poison, and most importantly, as a drug for treating a noncontagious disease.
The scientific community is sharply divided as to the detrimental effects of fluoride on the human body.
www.rvi.net /~fluoride/000074.htm   (13709 words)

  
 Trouble Is My Business
Voyer proved, however, when I met him that fall, quite oblivious to the possible development or concrete application of many of his earlier theses, and I told him that his megalomaniac disengagement as a “pure theorist” from the real movement precluded any substantive relation between us.
For the most part, all that anarchists possess is a pathetic faith in the label “Anarchy.” They are allergic to rigor: most of them make a virtue of parading their confusion and their inability to accomplish the smallest practical task.
They justify the most stupid failures to take concrete sanctions against enemies, or to effect decisions in order to clarify and advance their own practice (e.g.
www.bopsecrets.org /PS/trouble.htm   (3890 words)

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