In Griswold v. Connecticut, on what did Justice Goldberg base his concurring opinion?

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In Griswold v. Connecticut, on what did Justice Goldberg base his concurring opinion?

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  1. Faith
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    2022-04-17T07:56:09+00:00

    the protection granted by the Constitution

  2. Elliana97
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    2022-04-17T07:56:12+00:00

    By a 7-2 majority, on June 7, 1965, the Supreme Court concluded that the Connecticut statute was unconstitutional. … Justice Arthur Goldberg wrote a concurring opinion in which he used the Ninth Amendment in support of the Supreme Court’s ruling, reasoning that the right of privacy was retained by the people.

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