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Griswold v. Connecticut
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Griswold v. Connecticut


In disagreeing with the majority in Griswold v. Connecticut, Justice Stewart described the Connecticut law "an uncommonly silly," but argued that it was nevertheless constitutional.
  U.S. Supreme Court case which established that the Constitution protects the right to privacy (1965)
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The Supreme Court declared a Connecticut law that prohibited the use of contraceptives as unconstitutional because it infringed on the right to privacy.
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Associated words [difficulty]:   Griswold v. Connecticut , Roe v. Wade [7] , Roe v. Wade [7] , Brown v. Board of Education [8] , Dred Scott Decision [8] , Lemon v. Kurtzman [9] , Loving v. Virginia [9] , New York Times Co. v. Sullivan [9] , Plessy v. Ferguson [9]
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