Author: Helen Alvaré

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Divergent Opinions in Dobbs Provide a Way Forward for State Family Policy 

Feminist Familism: A Review of Erika Bachiochi’s 'The Rights of Women'

Biden’s Elitist Work-Family Policy Won’t Work for Most Families

Fulton v. Philadelphia: The Future of Church-State Cooperation in the Social Welfare Arena

U.S. Cohabitation Law: Still Separate and Unequal

How Far Should the Government Go to Prevent Intergenerational Poverty?

A Closer Look at NIFLA v. Becerra and the Role of Crisis Pregnancy Centers

A New Legal Effort Would Expand the Practice of Surrogacy in the United States

Number 6 in 2017—Mapping the New Mating Market: A Review of Cheap Sex

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