Whole Woman's Health Vs Hellerstedt Case Analysis

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This assignment is going to be focused on the case of Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt in the US. The analysis is going to be developed through different steps; citations of the case and the ones that precede, the facts, the issue of the case, the reasons of the majority and dissent, the principles of statutory interpretation and the impact the case had on literature. Additionally, the methodology used to research and obtain the information for each step is going to be explained in detail below every step.
Citation and the cases preceded
The full citation of this case according to the Uniform System of Citation in the US is Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt, 579 U.S. _ (2016). Including the names of the representatives (Whole woman's
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- Severability provision states that if one part of a new law is unconstitutional the whole law becomes invalid19.
 The information could be found in the case in different pages. The case is structured so it does not suppose a difficulty in order to find the arguments for both sides and the definitions of the principles of statutory interpretation. However, what it could have supposed a challenge was separating the relevant arguments from the non-relevant.
Impact on literature
The articles which have been influenced by the case Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt are: Woman's health and abortion rights20, Quantifying The Case's Potential Impact on Abortion Access and Woman's Health21 and Reflections on the Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt, savoring victory, anticipating further challenges22. The first article is focused on the rights for women and it uses the case as a basis or beginning of the claim for woman's rights. The second article is from a quantitative and methodological point of view. It remarks the amount of people seeking an abortion and it emphasis on the problem of the distance between woman looking for an abortion and a facility to provide it in Texas. Finally the third article is focused more on the rights for abortion itself. It uses the cases as the beginning of victory for abortion's
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