The 1st and 10th Amendment

By Adin Hoderewski

The 27 Amendments

September 25th 1789, The first 12 Amendments were added to the Constitution. As to this day there are 27 Amendments. The first 10 Amendments are known as the Bill Of Rights, The Bill Of Rights protect everyone's natural given rights.

The 1st Amendment

The First Amendment states that Congress can not create a law disrespecting ones religion or deny ones freedom of speech. The 1st Amendment also states that Congress can not create a law that resents citizens from petitioning to redress their Government. In everyday life this Amendment gives us freedom to express our opinion and have the right to disagree.
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The 10th Amendment


The 10th Amendment states that any power that is not given to the Federal Government is given either to the citizens or the States. In everyday life this amendment us by the Government not being able to create more powers and handing that role to citizens and States.
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