fundamental right

Definition of "fundamental right"
  1. A protected right, listed or not directly stated in the Constitution, that the government must carefully limit any interference with
How to use "fundamental right" in a sentence
  1. The right to marry is a fundamental right that holds exceptional protection from government interference.
  2. The act was viewed as an infringement on their fundamental rights, as it was not narrowly tailored to a compelling government interest.
  3. Owing to its status as a fundamental right, the government had a high burden to justify its regulations on free speech.

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