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Amendments 1-23

The first 23 ammendments

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1st Freedom of speech, Freedom of the press, Right to petition against government
2nd Right to bear arms and a regulated militia
3rd No quartering of soldiers
4th No unreasonable searches and seizures
6th Right to a speedy trial inn private cases
7th Right to a trial by jury
8th Against cruel and unusual punishments
9th Rights to the people
10th Rights to the states
11th The people can't sue a state that they do not live in
12th There has to be separate ballots for the president and vice president
13th Abolishes Slavery
14th Made all people born in the United States citizens
15th Allowed African American to vote
16th Allowed Congress to levy taxes
17th Senators are elected by popular vote
18th Prohibited selling of Alcohol
19th Allowed Women to vote
20th Changed the starting time of President/Vice president and Congress
21st Repealed 18th amendment
22nd Limited the president to 2 terms
23rd Allowed Washington, DC to vote in elections; +3 votes came from them
Created by: tamiatamata