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1st Amendment speech, press, assembly, religion, petitioning the gov.
2nd Amendment bear arms
3rd Amendment quatering soliders
4th Amendment warrants
5th Amendment grand jury, eminent domain (taking land for public use)
6th Amendment speedy trial in criminal cases
7th Amendment double jeapordy
8th Amendment bail, fines, cruel and unusual punishment
9th Amendment laws cannot limit peoples rights
10th Amendment powers not given to federal gov and not denied to state gov belong to the states
11th Amendment suing states/countries
12th Amendment changed how the Electoral College votes
13th Amendment abolished slavery
14th Amendment all people in the US are equal
15th Amendment rights can't be denied based on race
16th Amendment Congress can enforce taxes
17th Amendment Senators
18th Amendment prohibition
19th Amendment women can vote
20th Amendment when terms begin and end
21st Amendment alcohol is legal again
22nd Amendment only two terms for Pres., only 10 yrs (if VP has to take over)
23rd Amendment # of electors
24th Amendment no poll tax
25th Amendment order of succession for President
26th Amendment anyone 18+ can vote
27th Amendment congress can up their pay, but it won't take effect until the next term
Created by: sapadog