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Federalism: National vs. State Government
While each of the 50 states has its own constitution, all provisions of state constitutions must comply with the U.S. Constitution. For example, a state constitution ...
Which State Was the First to Incporporate Gun Rights? - Civil Liberties
Pennsylvania became the first American state to grant its citizens gun rights when its state constitution took effect in 1776. However, the Pennsylvania ...
The Federalist Papers No. 58 - US Government - About.com
Those who urge the objection seem not to have recollected that the federal Constitution will not suffer by a comparison with the State constitutions, in the security ...
First Amendment & Federalism - Agnosticism / Atheism - About.com
Many opponents of church/state separation try to defend actions by state and local ... Because state governments were free to ignore the American Constitution , ...
Church & State in the Constitution - Agnosticism / Atheism - About.com
The principle of the separation of church and state in America is derived from the Constitution, but not everyone agrees on whether this is legitimate.
How To Amend the Constitution - US Politics on About.com
How to amend the Constitution of the United States.
Constitutional Convention - Profile of the Constitutional Convention
Twelve of the 13 original states participated by sending delegates to the ... originally written in the Articles of Confederation along with other state constitutions.
The Federalist Papers No. 44 - US Government - About.com
The two former are expressly prohibited by the declarations prefixed to some of the State constitutions, and all of them are prohibited by the spirit and scope of ...
Understanding the Ballot Initiative Process
Ballot initiatives are an example of direct democracy in the United States, in which citizens may propose legislative measures or amendments to state constitutions.
U.S. Supreme Court Jurisdiction - US Government - About.com
The Constitution of the United States is a carefully balanced document. It is designed to provide for a national government sufficiently strong and flexible to meet ...
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