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The Constitution was written in 1787, but it didn't contain the Bill of Rights. In 1791, the first 10 amendments were added to the Constitution.
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Pro-Lifer, Randy, was unjustly arrested for exercising his First Amendment right of Freedom of Speech. He had been peacefully praying with his "Choice" sign .

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4th Amendment

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An Arizona middle school's strip search of a teenage girl accused of having prescription-strength ibuprofen was illegal, the Supreme Court ruled today. School officials violated the law with their search.

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5th Amendment

President Obama wants to soften the Miranda Rights, an important and fundamental protection of our 5th Amendment.

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Buster Meyer's curator insight, May 1, 2014 3:52 PM

This article relates to the 5th amendment by president Obama wanting to soften it! 

Michael Hanson's comment, May 4, 2014 3:07 PM
The Miranda Rights are fine as they are now. I don't see a need to change anything about them. President Obama should be focused on more important things, like our countries debt problems.
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2nd Amendment

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The Supreme Court is undecided about whether or not they want to remove the 2nd Amendemt stating citizens can bare arms.

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1st Amendment

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Four New York politicians propose eliminating First Amendment, turning 'free speech' into a government-granted privilege. They stated a goal of protecting children against "cyberbullying". The quartet actually asserts that the government must actively restrict free speech as a solution to cyberbullying.

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5th Amendment

This page includes materials relating to the continuing controversy over how the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment should be interpreted.

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1st Amendment

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A federal judge supported dozens of protesters in Nashville. The protesters were part of a national movement opposing corporate greed and wealth inequality that was inspired by Occupy Wall Street. The judege recieved a lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union and he argued that the arrests violated the protesters’ right to free assembly.

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