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What is the fourth amendment and what does that have to do with the Roe v. Wade case?

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The 4th Amendment protects individuals from unreasonable searches and seizures. An argument was set forth by a Justice that if a state was to impede on a woman who wanted to receive an abortion, that it was an unreasonable seizure against her privacy.
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