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List of United States Constitution key cases where the United States is a party

This list includes only key cases where the United States is one of the parties:

City of Rome v. United States
Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States
Korematsu v. United States
New York Times Co v. United States
New York v. United States
Nixon v. United States
Printz v. United States
Roth v. United States & Alberts v. California
Sonzinsky v. United States
United States v. Butler
United States v. Commonwealth of Virginia
United States v. Darby
United States v. Lopez
United States v. Morrison
United States v. O’Brien
United States v. Virginia
United States vice president
Watkins v. United States Army
Bank of the United States
Barenblatt v. United States
Bob Jones University v. United States
Constitution of the United States of America
Dickerson v. United States
Gravel v. United States
Heart of Atlanta Motel v .United States
Humphrey’s Executor v .United States
Hylton v. United States
Korematsu v. United States
Kyllo v. United States
Mistretta v. United States
Muskrat v. United States
Myers v. United States
Olmstead v. United States
Printz v. United States
Scales v. United States
Schechter Poultry Corporation v. United States
Schenck v. United States
Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey v. United States
Swift & Co. v. United States
United States Trust Company v. New Jersey
United States U.S. Constitution: term limits, Inc. v. Thornton
United States v. American Library Association
United States v. Belmont
United States v. Booker
United States v. Carolene Products
United States v. Classic
United States v. Curtiss-Wright Export Corp.
United States v. Darby Lumber Co.
United States v. E. C. Knight Co.
United States v. Lopez
United States v. Morrison
United States v. Nixon
United States v. O’Brien
United States v. Pink
United States v. Wong Kim Ark
Weeks v. United States
Whren v. United States

Some topics about the United States Constitution:

U.S. Constitution judicial review
Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. See speci?c amendments
American Indians and the U.S. Constitution
international law and the U.S. Constitution
military and the U.S. Constitution
national security and the U.S. Constitution
U.S. Constitution judicial review
U.S. Constitution law: commerce clause
U.S. Constitution law: equal protection
U.S. Constitution law: incorporation
U.S. Constitution law: just compensation
U.S. Constitution law: parades
U.S. Constitution law: parental noti?cation and abortion
U.S. Constitution law: privacy
U.S. Constitution: right to counsel
U.S. Constitution: strict scrutiny
U.S. Constitution: veto
wealth and the U.S. Constitution
welfare and the U.S. Constitution
adverse impact. See U.S. Constitution: disparate impact
age and the U.S. Constitution
amending the U.S. Constitution
American Indians and the U.S. Constitution
Article I of the U.S. Constitution
Article II of the U.S. Constitution
Article III of the U.S. Constitution
Article IV of the U.S. Constitution
Article V of the U.S. Constitution
Article VI of the U.S. Constitution
Article VII of the U.S. Constitution
Bork, Robert H. U.S. Constitution: contraceptives
busing. See U.S. Constitution: school busing
Civil War and the U.S. Constitution
Common law and the U.S. Constitution
creationism. See U.S. Constitution: intelligent design cross burning
Douglas on Education and the U.S. Constitution
Education and the U.S. Constitution
Federalists amending the U.S. Constitution
foreign affairs and the U.S. Constitution
Guns (in the U.S. Constitution). See right to bear arms
housing and the U.S. Constitution
integration. See U.S. Constitution: desegregation U.S. Constitution: intelligent design
international law and the U.S. Constitution
internment of reproductive rights. See U.S. Constitution law: abortion; U.S. Constitution: contraceptives
Iroquois Indian League and the U.S. Constitution
Japanese Americans, internment of U.S. Constitution law: equal protection U.S. Constitution: executive orders
military and the U.S. Constitution
Montesquieu and the U.S. Constitution
national security and the U.S. Constitution
Native Americans. See American Indians and the U.S. Constitution
Preamble to the U.S. Constitution
presidency age and the U.S. Constitution
professional sports and the U.S. Constitution
rati?cation of the U.S. Constitution
Republican Party Burger, Warren E. Chase Court Civil War and the U.S. Constitution
September 11th attacks and the U.S. Constitution
slavery and the U.S. Constitution
sports. See professional sports and the U.S. Constitution
torture and the U.S. Constitution
U.S. Constitution judicial review
U.S. Constitution law: abortion
U.S. Constitution law: commerce clause
U.S. Constitution law: dormant commerce clause
U.S. Constitution law: equal protection
U.S. Constitution law: equal protection. See also Fourteenth Amendment
U.S. Constitution law: incorporation
U.S. Constitution law: Internet
U.S. Constitution law: just compensation
U.S. Constitution law: parades
U.S. Constitution law: parental noti?cation and abortion
U.S. Constitution law: privacy
U.S. Constitution neutral principles
U.S. Constitution: accommodation
U.S. Constitution: book burning
U.S. Constitution: child pornography
U.S. Constitution: contraceptives
U.S. Constitution: disparate impact
U.S. Constitution: Due Process
U.S. Constitution: Due Process Eleventh Amendment
U.S. Constitution: due process Field, Stephen J. U.S. Constitution law: incorporation
U.S. Constitution: footnote four
U.S. Constitution: hate speech
U.S. Constitution: intelligent design
U.S. Constitution: legislative veto
U.S. Constitution: line-item veto
U.S. Constitution: nude dancing
U.S. Constitution: obscenity
U.S. Constitution: peremptory challenges
U.S. Constitution: right to counsel
U.S. Constitution: right to vote
U.S. Constitution: right to vote. See also woman suffrage
U.S. Constitution: standing
U.S. Constitution: strict scrutiny
U.S. Constitution: student activity fees
U.S. Constitution: term limits
U.S. Constitution: treason
U.S. Constitution: U.S. Constitution: minimum wage
U.S. Constitution: veto
U.S. Senate September 11th attacks and the U.S. Constitution
United States U.S. Constitution: term limits, Inc. v. Thornton
voting rights. See U.S. Constitution: right to vote Voting Rights Act
wealth and the U.S. Constitution
welfare and the U.S. Constitution
women’s rights. See also U.S. Constitution law: abortion; gender discrimination; woman suffrage

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