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PBHS Constitution

PBHS U.S. Constitution

18th Amendment Prohibition
19th Amendment Womens Suffrage
20th Amendment Lame Duck Amendment
21st Amendment Repeal of Prohibition
22nd Amendment 2 Presidential Terms- Limit
23rd Amendment 3 Electoral votes for Wash. DC
24th Amendment Poll Tax Ban
25th Amendment Presidential Succession
26th Amendment 18 yr old suffrage
27th Amendment Congressional pay raises not immediate
16th Amendment Income Tax Established
17th Amendment Direct Election of Senators
13th Amendment Abolished Slavery
14th Amendment Citizenship for all born in or naturalized in U.S.
15th Amendment Suffrage cannot be denied because of race, color, or previous servitude
12th Amendment Election procedure for Pres. and VP
11th Amendment States have sovereign immunity (must be from the state to bring a suit against the state)
1st Amendment Freedom of speech, press, religion, assembly, petition
2nd Amendment Right to bear arms
3rd Amendment Quartering of soldiers/troops
4th Amendment Search and Seizure
5th Amendment Due process; self-incrimination; double jeopardy
6th Amendment Right to Speedy Trial
7th Amendment Right to Trial by Jury for civil cases
8th Amendment Excessive Bail; Cruel and unusual punishment
9th Amendment Const. rights DO NOT DENY Rights retained by people
10th Amendment Rights not delegated by Const. are RETAINED BY STATES
Article 1 Legislative Branch
Article 4 The States
Article 7 Ratification Procedure (Article?)
Article 3 Judicial Branch
Article 6 Debts, Supremancy, Oaths (Article?)
Article 2 Executive Branch
Article 5 Amendment Procedure (Article?)
Signatories After Article 7
Created by: gkarlish