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    Quote Originally Posted by seer View Post
    Problem is, it presupposes an organization that has had a history of corruption will use "reasonable" means in bypassing that amendment. "Reasonable" and corruption are never a good combo.
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    Sounds a lot like DWB to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terraceth View Post
    And lest anyone say "well, that decision was from the 1960's, maybe the current Court would say something else," the article notes subsequent decisions expanding it, including the 2014 decision Heien v. North Carolina (8-1).
    And an interesting approach as well. I wonder if those saying it would view Roe v. Wade in a similar light since it's from the early 70s

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    Quote Originally Posted by rogue06 View Post
    And an interesting approach as well. I wonder if those saying it would view Roe v. Wade in a similar light since it's from the early 70s
    My comment was meant more in reference to older decisions that, while not actually overturned by the court, would definitely be if it ever went up to them again. It would be foolish to appeal to Buck v. Bell as evidence that government-mandated sterilization for the unfit is constitutional because while it's never technically been overturned (no need to, all of the applicable laws have been repealed or are unenforced), there's no way if the issue went to the Supreme Court nowadays the law in question wouldn't be struck down. I was more trying to say that Terry v. Ohio couldn't be dismissed on the speculation that it was something like Buck v. Bell because it's been so clearly reaffirmed multiple times since by justices of different decades and different judicial philosophies.

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