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US Constitution

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Article 1
Creates the two parts of congress
Article 2
Creates the executive branch
Article 3
Creates the Judicial branch
Article 4
States Rights
Article 5
how to change the constitution
Article 7
how the constituion was agreed upon
Amendment 1
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly
Amendment 2
Right to own guns
Amendment 3
Do not have to house soldiers (quartering)
Amendment 4
protection from unnatural search and seizure
Amendment 5
protection from being held without arrest; cannot be tried for the same crime twice; due process
Amendment 6
right to speedy trial; impartial jury; right to lawyer
Amendment 7
jury trial in federal civil courts
Amendment 8
no creul and unusual punishment; no exorbitant fine
Amendment 9
there are other rights not stated
Amendment 10
All powers not given to the federal gov't given to the states
Amendment 11
someone from one state can sue another state
Amendment 12
President and Vice-president chosen by electoral college
Amendment 13
abolished slavery
Amendment 14
people had rights on federal and state level
Amendment 15
no racism for voting
Amendment 16
US can collect income tax
Amendment 17
senators now chosen by people of the states
Amendment 18
prohibition
Amendment 19
women's right to vote
Amendment 20
new terms for President and Congress
Amendment 21
repeled 18th amendment
Amendment 22
president can only be in term for 2 4year terms, or 10 years
Amendment 23
Grants the Washington D.C. the right to three electors in Presidential elections
Amendment 24
no voting tax
Amendment 25
what happens when the president can't perform tasks
Amendment 26
Voting age is 18
Amendment 27
Any law that increased the pay of legislators may not take effect until after an election