What is in the Constitution?

Article 1

The first article is the branch in Legislative.That branch is to make laws. There job is to make laws.

The article also creates the two sections of Congress, which is called a bicameral legislature. The first of the two is the Senate, which is made up of two senators from each state. The second is the House of Representatives, which has representatives from each state based on the population.

The article also creates the two sections of Congress, which is called a bicameral legislature.

All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a senate.
Basically making laws and making sure there good or need to be veto.

Artical Two

Article 2 of the United States Constitution is the section that makes the executive branch of the government. The Executive branch of the government is the branch that has the responsibility and authority for the administration throughout the day of the state.
In the United States, the executive branch includes the President, and other executive officers like state governors.

Artical 3

Article 3 of the United States Constitution is the section that creates the judicial branch in the United States. The Judicial branch is the system of courts that look at the law and applies it to different cases.
In the United States, the judicial branch of the federal government includes the United States Supreme Court and all the lower courts that are created by Congress.

The admendment

The first amendment is about freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly, and Petition.
The second amendment is about Right to Keep, Bear Arms .
The second amendment Lodging Troops in Private Homes.
The fourth amendment serch , seizures, proper warrants.
The fifth amendment was dealing criminal proceedings; Due Process; Eminent Domain; Double Jeopardy; Protection from Seeing lf incrimination.
The six amendment is about criminal proceedings; must inform defendant of charge/right to attorney; right to fair impartial jury.
The seventh amendment was about or is about jury trials in civil cases.
The eighth amendment bail; cruel, unusual punishment.
The nineth amendment is that unenumerated rights.
The tenth amendment is about powers reserved to the states.
The twelfth amendment is about election of president and vIce president.
The thirteen amendment is about slavery and involuntary servitude prohibited.
The fourteenth amendment is rights of citizens.
The fifteenth amendment is basically about Right to vote race, color, servitude.
Amendment sixteen is about income tax and how it helps the environment.
Amendment seventeen talks about popular Election of Senators .
The eighth amendment is dealing with prohibition of intoxicating liquors
Amendment nineteenth is about equal suffrage right of women to vote.
The twentieth amendment is about commencement of terms; sessions of congress; death or disqualification of president-elect.
Amendment twenty-one is about repeal of 18th amendment.
The twenty- secound amendment is about presidental tenure; no president may serve more than two elected terms.
Amendment twenty three is dealing with Inclusion of DIstrict of Columbia in Presidential Election System.
Amendment twenty-four is about right to vote in federal ections tax payment; outlawed the payment of a tax as a condition for taking part in elections .
The twenty fifth amendment is basically Presidential Succession; Vice Presidential Vacancy; Presidential Inability.
The twenty sixth amendment is about right to vote age; Must be 18 years or older.
The twenty seventh amendment is about congressional pay; congress's power to fix the salaries of its members.

Conclusion

The U.S. Constitution established America’s national government and fundamental laws, and guaranteed certain basic rights for its citizens. It was signed on September 17, 1787, by delegates to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia,presided over by George Washington. Under America’s first governing document, the Articles of Confederation, the national government was weak and states operated like independent countries.stronger federal government with three branches–executive, legislative and judicial–along with a system of checks and balances to ensure no single branch would have too much power. The Bill of Rights–10 amendments guaranteeing basic individual protections such as freedom of speech and religion–became part of the Constitution in 1791. To date, there have been a total of 27 constitutional amendments.

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