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STAAR Review2013

STAAR Review Chapter 8 Constitution

Summarize the Preamble. Mankind has the right to pursue happiness, life, and liberty.
What are the first 10 amendments called? The Bill of rights.
How does a bill become a law? A member of Congress introduces it, comittee's vote on it, The Senate and House vote on it, and the President decides to sign it or not.
How can the Constitution be changed? The House of Represenetives propose it, Congress passes it, and the Senate ratifies the change.
What amendments extended voting rights to a broader range of American's? The 15th and 14th amendment.
What are the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments? The 13th amendment abolished slavery, the 14th amendment proposed more civil rights, and the 15th gave all men the right to vote.
What are the responsibilites of citizenship? To follow the laws and vote, to recieve education until 18, to serve in a jury and serve in the military if needed to defend the country.
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