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Wireless Tracking of Students - Unified Communications Strategies

Wireless Tracking of Students - Unified Communications Strategies | Amendment 14 Alexandra Nunez 1A | Scoop.it
A recent ruling made it possible for San Antonio’s Northside School District to track students’ movements throughout the school building.
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Alexandra Nunez's comment, January 24, 2013 8:54 PM
There have been countless lawsuits and cases regarding the 14th Amendment considering it's one of the most important amendments that outline our basic rights as American citizens. According to this case the victim claims that she is being discriminated, and that the school is retaliating against her. This revokes her 14th amendment rights that no state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of the citizen. The Victims legal team have put a ban on the ruling while they wait there appeal and continue to against discrimination.
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Steve Haycox: Our civil rights evolution isn't over | Opinion Columns | ADN.com

Steve Haycox: Our civil rights evolution isn't over | Opinion Columns | ADN.com | Amendment 14 Alexandra Nunez 1A | Scoop.it
Columnist Steve Haycox appreciates our civil rights symbols, but warns us against being too smug in judging the sins of our forebears.
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Alexandra Nunez's comment, January 24, 2013 8:14 PM
The 14th Amendment really came into power during the Civil Rights Movement and some claim that the movement still isn't over. As when the movement began back in 1965 many would say that discrimination and prejudice still exist today and that a majority feel unequal or even unprotected by the government. Though in the way we judge each other some would say we can't judge from standards in the past because that once included us all.
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70 percent in U.S. oppose reversing 40-year-old Roe vs. Wade ruling

70 percent in U.S. oppose reversing 40-year-old Roe vs. Wade ruling | Amendment 14 Alexandra Nunez 1A | Scoop.it
A poll released Tuesday, the 40th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, finds 70 percent of U.S. residents do not want the landmark on abortion ruling overturned.
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Alexandra Nunez's comment, January 24, 2013 7:22 PM
The debate between abortion has been going on for years,and is now about to hit it's 40 year mark when case of Roe vs. Wade first began. It's a touchy subject for many women across America some say abortion should be legal because it's the women's body so it should be her choice whether or not she wants the child while others say it should be against the law due to the fetus's infringement of the 14th Amendment. A majority of the states continue to have legal abortions though a number of the other states have made it more difficult to undergo abortions. After Roe vs.wade many people feared under the table abortions which could potentially cause even more harm to the mother and fetus.
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GOP Targeting 14th Amendment

Many republicans want a major change in the Constitution targeting the 14th Amendment that grants citizenship to babies born in the U.S. even if their parent...
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Alexandra Nunez's comment, January 24, 2013 6:44 PM
Whether or not you come from a different country and continue to have children in the U.S. should not infringe on there unalienable rights as American citizens. Many illegal immigrants have now been coming to America as tourists and have plans to stay after having a baby, that baby is now an American citizen. And now republicans are trying to change that so that babies born to foreigners in America can no longer become citizens. Though the civil rights groups argue that republicans are afraid of changes in Americas demographics and is not likely to happen.
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14th Amendment | U.S. Constitution | LII / Legal Information Institute

14th Amendment | U.S. Constitution | LII / Legal Information Institute | Amendment 14 Alexandra Nunez 1A | Scoop.it
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Alexandra Nunez's comment, January 24, 2013 6:11 PM
The 14th amendment is made up of five sections all describing the rights as Americans we were born with which include birth right citizenship that states all persons born or naturalized in the United States have unalienable rights. Section two describes the right to vote and the number of representatives your allowed in each state. Section three says that under any circumstances can anyone having been against the United States in anyway way or in anytime run for any form of office. In section four the validity of the government in payments of taxes or pensions including bounties for any other services can not be questioned nor shall the states pay in against the United States. Section five explains that "congress has the power to enforce, by appropriate legislation the provisions of this article"
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The Case for Letting Foreigners Become President | NewAmerica.net

The Case for Letting Foreigners Become President | NewAmerica.net | Amendment 14 Alexandra Nunez 1A | Scoop.it
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Alexandra Nunez's comment, January 24, 2013 8:35 PM
Many await the date when Obama will present his birth certificate and prove to America he is a natural born citizen. Under the 14th you are a natural born citizen if you were born in the United States or have been naturalized through the legalization process. And according to the courts you can continue to become president if born outside of the U.S. as long as the territory belong's to the U.S. so the office of presidency should not matter where you were born considering many of our political leaders are from other countries and descend from different ethnicities. Rather what you can do for your country,and your people.
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» Defining protected classes: Same-sex marriage and judicial scrutiny

» Defining protected classes: Same-sex marriage and judicial scrutiny | Amendment 14 Alexandra Nunez 1A | Scoop.it
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Alexandra Nunez's comment, January 24, 2013 7:49 PM
Gay marriage has been a very controversial issue going on for decades some would define believe that marriage should be between a man and a women then you have others who believe if two people love each regardless of sexual orientation. The citizens feel the government is infringing on their 14th Amendment right that no state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States .
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Obama Can Use 14th Amendment To Raise Debt Ceiling

"The White House signaled Thursday that President Barack Obama would not use the Constitution to unilaterally raise the debt ceiling in the event of a stando...
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Alexandra Nunez's comment, January 24, 2013 6:59 PM
The fiscal cliff, a huge debate on how and when Obama will finally come up with a solution to end our growing debt. In section four of the 14th Amendment it states that all debt owed must be payed off, no questions asked. Many say that Obama should just over rule congress and go ahead and pay off Americas by terms of the 14th Amendment. Congress has already spent that money and we owe it to china and other countries to pay off our debt. Theres two contradictions Obama has no choice but to pay off Americas debt though congress says we don't want to give you the money needed to pay off the debt. We can spend the money but can't pay it back.
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14th Amendment | Constitution

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The Fourteenth Amendment is another of the Reconstruction Amendments which were adopted after the Civil War. The 14th Amendment was proposed on June 13, 1866.
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Alexandra Nunez's comment, January 24, 2013 6:30 PM
The 14th Amendment was originally thought up to enforce the rights of African American slaves and was ratified after the civil war. As one of the most important Amendments of the constitution the 14th Amendment defines American citizenship that these are unalienable rights that can not be taken from you by government or individual. Every American citizen is guaranteed life, property, and liberty we all have equal protection under the United states constitution.
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The Fourteenth Amendment’s Guarantee of Birthright Citizenship | ACS

The Fourteenth Amendment’s Guarantee of Birthright Citizenship | ACS | Amendment 14 Alexandra Nunez 1A | Scoop.it
By Elizabeth Wydra, Chief Counsel, Constitutional Accountability Center The opening sentence of the Fourteenth Amendment is both sweeping and clear: "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are...
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Alexandra Nunez's comment, January 24, 2013 6:34 PM
The 14th Amendment states that all persons born or naturalized in the United States not regardless of race, religion, color,gender, or status will be bestowed upon them rights as an American citizen known as "birth right citizenship" the 14th Amendment was made for and by the people and still continues to fight for its cause.