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Establishment Clause of the First Amendment
Establishment Clause of the First Amendment The Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to the ...
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Talk:Establishment Clause of the First Amendment
Talk:Establishment Clause of the First Amendment ~=|=~Revert~=|=~ I reverted edits by RobertRFreeman. Although ... all NPOV, characterizing the position that the Establishment Clause necessarily implies a separation of church ...
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Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment
Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment The Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, taken with the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment make ...
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Talk:Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment
Talk:Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment This shouldn't be merged The free exercise clause and the establishment clause are two entirely different clauses in ...
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Equal Protection Clause
Equal Protection Clause The Equal Protection Clause is a part of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, providing that ... In the broadest view, the Equal Protection Clause is part of the United States' continuing ... in practice. More concretely, the Equal Protection Clause, along with the rest of the ...
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Supremacy Clause
Supremacy Clause Article VI, Paragraph 2 of the United ... States Constitution is known as the Supremacy Clause: "This Constitution, and the laws of the ... state to the contrary notwithstanding." The Supremacy Clause establishes the Constitution, Federal Statutes, and U ... present. In the 1950's a constitutional amendment known as the Bricker Amendment was proposed in response to such ...
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Commerce Clause
Commerce Clause Article I, Section 8, Clause 3 of the United States Constitution, known as the Commerce Clause, empowers the United States Congress "To regulate ... to see references to the Foreign Commerce Clause, the Interstate Commerce Clause, and the Indian Commerce Clause, each ...
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First Amendment to the United States Constitution
First Amendment to the United States Constitution The first ... up the Bill of Rights. The First Amendment to the United States Constitution is a ... state religion or prefer certain religion (the "Establishment Clause"); Prohibit the free exercise of religion (the "Free Exercise Clause"); Infringe the freedom of speech; Infringe ...
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Talk:First Amendment to the United States Constitution
Talk:First Amendment to the United States Constitution WHAT EXACTLY ... out. But seriously folks, shouldn't First Amendment be redirected/merged here? -- IHCOYC 00:19 ... itself highly diffcult. In essence, the First Amendment portion on freedom of speech does nothing ... not present in the wording of the amendment itself. This concept is accepted by most ... speech Someone should add that the first amendment even protects commercial speech (i.e., ...
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No religious test clause
No religious test clause The "no religious test" clause of the United States Constitution is found ... or accept any religion or belief. This clause immediately follows one requiring all federal and ... particular religion or a particular doctrine. The clause is cited by advocates of separation of ... or practices. This is important as this clause represents the words of the original ...
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