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What case said you could prevent free speech if it caused a "clear and present" danger?
Schenck vs. US 1919 (passing out anti war leaflet during WW1)
What case said that an individual can donate up to $1000 to a candidate, candidate can use as much as he wants of his own money?
Buckley v. Valeo, 1976
What case said that 2nd amendment doesn't give right to bear arms "free from gov. control?"
Cruikshank vs US 1876 (federal government, not state)
What case said that militias exist only as defined by Government?
Presser vs Illinois
What case prohibited carrying "dangerous" weapons?
Miller v. Texas, 1894
What case said that government can regulate weapons?
Miller v. U.S., 1894