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Q: In the First Amendment, what is meant by “right to petition the government for a redress of grievances”? A. the right to impeach the president B. the right to run for office in order to change a
law C. the right to practice any religion or not practice religion at all D. the right to send a complaint to the government asking for a resolution
A: en.wikipedia.org/.../First_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitutio... Cached SimilarThe First Amendment (along with the rest of the Bill of Rights) was submitted to the states ... [ church and state, derived from the correspondence of President Thomas Jefferson. ... This meant that a government needed to have a " compelling interest" ... Clause regarding a law that does not target a
particular religious practice. ]
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