Dan GrabowskiGuest Contributor
Dan Grabowski served as a Legal Fellow for Charlotte Lozier Institute in 2016. He is concluding earning a J.D. at George Washington University Law School, while also finishing an M.A. at the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception at the Dominican House of Studies. Dan received his B.A. from the Catholic University of America, graduating summa cum laude.
The research examined more than 8,000 women’s service providers, including Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) sites and pro-life pregnancy centers in all 50 states, compared to just 585 Planned Parenthood locations in only 48 states.
Whether the U.S. Constitution Permits a Government to Prohibit Abortion in Commercial Surrogacy Is a Question of First Impression
Two state court cases address the issue of abortion in the context of surrogacy contracts or other situations involving artificial reproduction. Neither of these cases, however, addresses the question of whether, under either the federal constitution or the applicable state constitution, the government may prohibit abortion in the context of commercial surrogacy.