Politicians cannot promise to grow the economy and simultaneously limit access to abortion, birth control and sexual education. America’s economic health and women’s reproductive health are linked.
Author: Michele Gilman
Michele Gilman is the venable professor of law at the University of Baltimore School of Law. Gilman directs the Civil Advocacy Clinic, where she supervises students representing low-income individuals and community groups in a wide range of litigation, legislation and law reform matters. She also teaches evidence, federal administrative law and poverty law. Gilman writes extensively about social welfare issues, and her articles have appeared in journals including the California Law Review, the Vanderbilt Law Review and the Brooklyn Law Review.