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GA's Constution

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Preamble Short paragraph that states the purpose and reasons for the constitution
Article 1 Bill of Rights Rights of georgia's citizens + gov. limits
Article 2 Voting and elections Rules for elections
Article 3 Describes the structure of powers given to the General Assembly(legislative
Article 4 Sets up GA's gov. bodies Provides a state Personnel Board
Article 5 Establishes the qualifications and terms of the governor and lieutenant governor Explains the duties + powers of the governor
Article 6 Establishes the state court system Outlines the court system + gives the purposes and limits of GA's 7 types of courts
Article 7 Authorizes the power to tax Lists reasons why the state may tax its citizens Explains the methods and limits of taxation
Article 8 Explains how the public education system is supported by taxes and how the Board of Education oversees it Outlines the school system at the state + local levels
Article 9 Describes the powers and structure of county and city gov.
Article 10 Describes the process to amend GA's constitution
Article 11 States the miscellaneous provisions
Created by: Ann939