Academic Publication
And Damned If They Don't: Prototype Theories to End Punitive Policies Against Pregnant People Living in Poverty

In the Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, Jill E. Adams, J.D., and Melissa Mikesell, J.D., examine the ways in which the State coerces or impedes the reproductive freedom of those experiencing poverty and review relevant caselaw on the intersection of economic and reproductive justice and rights, with an eye toward improving the legal and economic circumstances of pregnant people.