The 9th Amendment

By Collin, Mitchell, and Håkon

What it is? What does it mean?

Protection of rights not specifically stated in the Bill of Rights.

There are other rights that may exist aside from the ones explicitly mentioned, and when though they are not listed, it does not mean they can be violated.

How does this protect our rights?

This amendment protects out everyday rights. Some of the rights that we get from this amendment is: the right to chew gum, the right to walk, the right to drive your own type of car, the right to listen music, the right to eat bacon.
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