Catholic League v. Feminist Health Ctr.,
469 U.S. 1303 (1984)

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Catholic League v. Feminist Health Ctr., 469 U.S. 1303 (1984)

The Catholic League, Southern California Chapter v.

Feminist Women's Health Center, Inc.

No. A-238

Decided October 11, 1984

469 U.S. 1303


An application to stay the California Court of Appeal's order holding that, under the California Constitution, aborted fetuses in the Los Angeles County District Attorney's custody may not be turned over to applicants for the purpose of conducting a religious burial service, is denied because applicants' claims under the First Amendment of the Federal Constitution are insubstantial.

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