Activism v. RestraintNameIssue – two sentencesRuling – two sentencesActivismRestraintCitizens United v Federal Election Commissionissues over the right of corporations to spend money influencing political campaigns.I tis that that these entities ought to have the same first amendment rights as individuals who also engage in “political speech” Corporation should be able to use their resources to influence political decisionssince they also hold the same political rights of an individual. Specifically the right refers to the first amendment Yesno Plessy v. Ferguson Did the Louisiana Separate Car act violate the 14th amendment equal-protection clause? In essence, does the violate the constitution. NO, this act does not violate the 14th amendment. This is because the constitution guaranteed legal, but not social, equality. no yes Marbury V. Madison1. John Marshall, secretary, failed to deliver all of the appointments commissions.2. James Madison didn’t deliver the remaining notices- the number of employers couldn’t assume their new positions. 1. Court handed down an unanimous decision and Madison wasn’t required to deliver the agreement. 2.This act was voted unconstitutional and voided out by the government.no yesDistrict of ColumbiaV. Heller.The Supreme Court is prohibiting anyone from carrying a pistol without a license,and that all firearms are to be unloaded. A challenge from the 2nd amendment, the right to bear arms.