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v. Casey, U. S.(plurality opinion), and “[u]nnecessary health regulations that have the pur-pose or effect of presenting a substantial obstacle to a woman seeking.Supreme Court decisions intcrpreting this tripartite standard have been mystifying. Sinceamong the programs the Court has found unconsti­ tutional are salary supplements for private-school teachers, service contracts calling for the state to pay nonpublic schools for providing secular education.Richard H.

Fallon, Jr., joined the Harvard Law School faculty as an assistant professor inwas promoted to full professor inand is currently the Story Professor of Law and an Affiliate Professor in the Government Department.

Fallon is a graduate of .

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