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Griswold v. Connecticut | BRI’s Homework Help Series

Does the Constitution protect a right to privacy within marriage? Find out the answer to this question in the latest episode of BRI's Homework Help Series.

Griswold v. Connecticut debates the right to privacy under the 14th Amendment. Incorporation allows the Bill of Rights and subsequent amendments, including the 14th Amendment, to apply to the states and not only the federal government.

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