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AP Gov

MISCELLANEOUS CASES (7 OF 30 TOTAL)

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1.Ruled that a Connecticut law criminalizing the use of contraceptives violated the right to marital privacy.2.Established an important precedent for Roe V. Wade GRISWOLD V. CONNECTICUT (1965)
1.Ruled that the decision to obtain an abortion is protected by the right to privacy implied by the Bill of Rights ROE V. WADE
1.Ruled that the judicial branch of government can rule on matters of legislative apportionment.2.Used the principle of "one person, one vote".3.Ordered state legislative districts to be a equal a possible BAKER V. CARR (1962)
1.Established the principle of "one person, one vote" in drawing congressional districts2.Triggered wide spread redistricting that gave cities and suburbs greater representation in Congress WESBERRY V. SANDERS (1963)
1. Upheld the constitutionality of the relocation of Japanses Americans as a wartime necessity.2.Viewed contemporary scholars as a flagrant violation of civil liberties. KOREMATSU V. UNITED STATES (1944)
1.Ruled that there is no constitutional guarantee of unqualified executive privilege. UNITED STATES V. NIXON (1974)
1. Upheld federal limits on campaign contributions.2.Struck down the portion of the Fed Election Campaign Act limiting the amount of money individuals contribute to own campaign.3.Ruled that spending money own campaign-a form of protected free speech BUCKLEY V. VALEO (1976)
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