Griswold v. Connecticut 381 US 479 (1965). This Supreme Court case and subsequent decision came about in 1965 in which the state of Connecticut back in 1879 made it illegal for any person married or not to use any form of birth control or preventive conception. Griswold argued that a new right or privacy (G.R.T) in the constitution which should be used to strike down the State of Connecticut law. One of the Justices who ruled on this case Justice Hugo Black firmly believed that this Connecticut law was offensive (G.R.T) he also felt it was nonetheless constitutional. He strongly believes that any decision to change or abandon the Connecticut law should be made by the Connecticut legislature. Justice Hugo Black wrote a very passionate four paragraph long dissent that in which he made it very clear he did not personally support the
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