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PHIL 104 QUIZ 6 According to Catherine Brooks, what was the final decision in the court case Meyer v. Nebraska? The parents had a constitutionally protected liberty interest in raising their children, AND the state had improperly intruded on the parents’ right to raise their children as those parents saw fit. According to William Winslade, in cases of adolescents who are asking to make decisions about accepting or refusing a medical treatment, it is [?] who benefits from, or endures the burdens of, medical treatment or refusal. The adolescent patient According to the professor, what is one way a critic of Brooks' paper could meet her part-way in one of her argument points? By admitting that, if the law were to change to allow adolescent patients to refuse treatments in more situations, it would need to adjust to make parents not responsible for the outcomes in those situations.
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