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After the Slaughterhouse Cases changed the intent of the Fourteenth Amendment, how did the Supreme Court apply it? Question 9 options: The Supreme Court used the due process clause. The Supreme Court used the equal protection clause. The Supreme Court declared some rights to be opposed to the concept of "ordered liberty." The Supreme Court declared that the Slaughterhouse Cases were irrelevant and continued as if they had never existed.

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Kristi Hammond on September 24, 2018

Hello!The supreme Court used the due process Clause.So that would be the first choice. I hope this helps!<3

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