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The Amendments

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Amendment 1
Congress is not allowed to make laws limiting the freedom of religion, speech, assembly, press,and the right of people to petition the government.
Amendment 2
The right to bear arms
Amendment 3
Restricts quartering soldiers in private homes.
Amendment 4
Protects against unreasonable searches and seizures.
Amendment 5
Rights of accused persons.
Amendment 6
Right to a speedy, fair trial.
Amendment 7
Assures the right to a jury trial in cases involving the common law.
Amendment 8
Protects against excessive bail, or cruel and unusual punishment.
Amendment 9
Powers reserved to the people.
Amendment 10
Powers reserved to the states.
Amendment 11
Suits against states.
Amendment 12
Election of President and Vice President.
Amendment 13
Abolition of slavery.
Amendment 14
Rights of citizens, representation of congress, penalty for engaging in insurrection, and the public debt.
Amendment 15
Right to vote.
Amendment 16
The Congress has the power to lay and collect taxes on incomes.
Amendment 17
Direct election of senators.
Amendment 18
Prohibition of alcohol.
Amendment 19
Woman voting rights.
Amendment 20
"Lame-Duck" Amendment/ succession of President and Vice President.
Amendment 21
Repeal of prohibition amendment (amendment repeals 18th amendment)
Amendment 22
Limit on Presidential terms.
Amendment 23
Presidential electors for the district of Columbia.
Amendment 24
Abolition of poll tax.
Amendment 25
Presidential disability and succession.
Amendment 26
guarantees the right to vote to all citizens 18 or older.
Amendment 27
Restrain on congressional salaries