Although the word quot;privacyquot; does not appear in the Constitution, the US Supreme Court’s interpretations of the Constitution have provided

Although the word “privacy” does not appear in the Constitution, the US Supreme Court’s interpretations of the Constitution have provided protection for individuals’ choices about such matters as abortion and same-sex relationships, for example, by recognizing legal protections for privacy. What are two justifications the Court has provided for recognizing these protections and what are two arguments given in against interpreting the Constitution in a manner that recognizes are a right to privacy?

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