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How many amendments have been added since the first ten? a. 15 c. 17 b. 16 d. 18
Weegy: The original Constitution of the United States was written in 1788. The Bill of Rights, which is the first 10 amendments was added to it in 1791. There have been 17 more additional amendments added over the years. [ The answer is letter C. ] (More)
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Article IV of the U.S. Constitution requires the states to grant privileges and immunity to nonresidents. Choose the answer that best completes the chart. a. voting c. use of public facilities b. buy, sell, and hold property d. serving on juries
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Article IV of the U.S. Constitution requires the states to grant privileges and immunity to nonresidents. Buy, sell, and hold property best completes the chart.
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Article IV of the U.S. Constitution requires the states to grant privileges and immunity to nonresidents. Choose the answer that best completes the chart. a. voting c. use of public facilities b. buy, sell, and hold property d. serving on juries
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Article IV of the U.S. Constitution requires the states to grant privileges and immunity to nonresidents. Buy, sell, and hold property best completes the chart.
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This affects criminals who flee a state to avoid punishment. a. extradition c. sunshine laws b. sunset laws d. civil laws
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Extradition affects criminals who flee a state to avoid punishment.
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