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Shank v. US

Clear and present danger

Gitlow v. New York


Texas v. Johnson

flag burning

Near v. Minnesota

prior restraint

US v. O'Brien

burning draft cards; symbolic speech can't break law

Griswold v. Connecticut

right to privacy

University of California Regents v. Bakke

affirmative action allowed

Schmerber v. California

suspected drunk drivers can be blood tested for the safety of everyone

Furman v. Georgia

2-step ruling in capital punishment cases

Heller v. D.C.

right to bear arms applies to individuals

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