Griswold v. Connecticut
Does Marital Status Discrimination Hold the Key to Protecting Sexual Freedoms from SCOTUS?
by Marc Stein
As concern rises that the court might revoke the rights to same-sex marriage and contraception while reinstating the criminalization of gay sex, advocates for reproductive and sexual freedom need to consider how to make the equal protection argument that rights individuals enjoy in marriage can't be denied to individuals outside of them.
SOURCE: Washington Post
Law Prof: KBJ Hearings Show Right Won't Stop at Smashing Roe v. Wade
by Melissa Murray
Conservative skepticism of "unenumerated rights" indicates that they seek a judicial regime that peels back a host of rights implicit in the constitution that protect intimate freedom and the liberty of minority groups.
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