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Why were poll taxes created

What is a graduated income tax

What sparked the beginning of the Civil War

When Abraham Lincoln was elected president what was the result for the southern states

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What is the meaning of the fourth Amendment to the US Constitution?

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Twenty-fourth Amendment was ratified?

January 23,1964 was when the twenty-fourth amendment of the US Constitution was ratified.


What if a state constitutional amendment conflicts with the US Constitution?

Then the state constitutional amendment is void. Nothing can conflict with the US constitution.


What does the Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution protect citizens from?

The fourth amendment protects us against unwarranted searches and seizures of Private Property.


Which amendment to the US Constitution protects Americans from illegal search and seizure?

The Fourth Amendment protects these rights


Which of these was indirectly related to the passage of the Twenty-fourth Amendment to US Constitution?

Election


Which of these was indirectly related to the passage of the twenty fourth amendment to the us constitution?

Elections


What was the fourth state to ratify the US Constitution?

Virginia


What law takes priority if a state constitution amendment conflicts with the US Constitution?

The Constitution suprecedes all state laws


Does The Constitution provide for the return of fugitives who flee across state line to escape justice?

Writs of Extradition are known as "Governor's Warrants." Warrants are addressed in the Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution.


What number state is gerogia?

Georgia was the fourth state to ratify the US Constitution.


What occurred as a result of the Twenty-Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution?

poll taxes were no longer permited


Is the fourth amendment and example of judicial review?

The fourth amendment to the US Constitution deals with the rights of citizens to have due process and requires warrants for searches. Judicial review is not really relevant to this amendment.


What does the fourth amendment to the constitution give us?

it protects us against unreasonable searches or seizures without a warrent


What are the rights protected by the fourth amendment?

The Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution forbids unreasonable search and seizure. Persons or property cannot be searched or seized without probable cause.


In what place was Georgia in to ratify the US Constitution?

Georgia was the fourth state to ratify the u.s constitution


What was part of the US Constitution banning states from taxing citizens to vote in elections?

The Twenty-Fourth Amendment.


Is there a statute on habeas corpus?

It is mentioned frequently in law, it is embodied as a right in the Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution.


What would it take to remove an amendment to the Minnesota state constitution?

Another amendment, or a finding by a federal court that it was unconstitutional under the US Constitution.


What fraction of states must approve an amendment to the the US Constitution?

2/3 of the State must approve an amendment before it is added to the constitution.


What fraction of the state legislatures must approve an amendment to the US Constitution?

3/4


How does an amendment to the US Constitution become part of the Constitution?

For 38 of the 50 states to ratify the amendment in their state legislatures. the day that happens the Constitution is changed - Congress is not consulted.


Does a state court have the authority to interpret the meaning of the first amendment of the US constitution?

no


Can the US Supreme Court override a state constitutional amendment?

Yes, but only if it conflicts with an Article or incorporated Amendment of the US Constitution.


What amendment to the Constitution of the US banned slavery?

The 13th Amendment to the US Constitution abolished slavery.