Why Abortion Should Remain a Private Matter
A fairly positioned argument why a woman's privcacy tomake decisions about her own body shooud supercede any governmental or poliotical action. The debate about whehn liufe begins cannot possibly overcome the mental and physical anguish of a woman having to make a decision,especially when it is caused by incest or rape or her own health is in danger.
Right to Privacy and drug testing
This paper is about mandatory drug testing for athletes in sports. It addresses these issues: Is there a valid reason that the courts can use to justify mandatory drug testing of student athletes? Privacy rights.
THE WARREN COURT.
Liberalism of 1950s/1960s Warren era; major decisions; protection of individual rights; Constitutional interpretation.
Medical Confidentiality in Nursing
The medical patient's right to privacy is discussed from the point of view of a school nurse. The reasons for the need for privacy are explained, as well the need of society to sometimes overrule this right when public health concerns or legal action are considered a higher societal priority.
DRUG TESTING OF ATHLETES.
Legal analysis. Mandatory tests, privacy rights, 4th Amendment issues, state vs. federal conflict, urinalysis, court decisions.
Freedom of Information Act
This paper discusses the Freedom of Information Act and considers the necessity of sacrificing some measure of personal freedom for the overall security and freedom of the nation.
Abortion and Law
Discusses abortion rights, the Constitution and law as well as Supreme Court decisions such as Roe v Wade. Issues of the right to privacy, and of legal abortion and the right of women to choose.