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SOL CE.03b

Civics & Economics SOL CE.03b

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The First Amendment: Government may not establish an official _____, endorse an official _____, or unduly interfere with the free exercise of _____. Religion
The First Amendment: People are free to express their opinions and beliefs. Speech
The First Amendment: The _____ has the right to publish information, including that which criticizes the government. Press
The First Amendment: Individuals may peacefully gather. Assembly
The First Amendment: Individuals have the right to make their views known to public officials. Petition
Few rights, if any, are considered… absolute
Amendments that outline due process? 5th and 14th
Amendment protects citizens from being held for committing a crime unless they have been charged by the police? 5th
Amendment that guarantees due process, which means that the country (national government) has to respect a citizen’s legal rights? 5th
Amendment that declares no state may deprive persons born or naturalized in the United States equal protection of the laws? 14th
Created by: Warren_Fisher