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 What is the voting rights amendment called?

Answer Two amendments to the U.S. Constitution deal with voting. The 15th Amendment, which was ratified in 1870, granted former slaves the right to vote and the 19th Amendment, passed 20 years later, gran... Read More »
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Fourth Amendment Rights & Car Searches?

The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees citizens protection against "unreasonable searches and seizures," and declares that search warrants should not be issued without proof of pr... Read More »
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What year did the 15th Amendment guarantee voting rights regardless of race?

The 15th Amendment to the Constitution, prohibiting voting rights discrimination based on race, passed Feb. 3, 1870. The amendment was a Reconstruction Era law in the aftermath of the Civil War int... Read More »
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Civil procedure can one refuse to answer interrogatories based on their fifth amendment rights?

Answer Great article- hope it helps. Note that when invoking the 5th in civil proceeding, it is on a question by question basis. http://www.sorrelsudashen.com/papers/Fifth_Amendment_Right_Agains... Read More »
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Does Guaranteed Coverage mean guaranteed to anyone regardless of lack of coverage in the past and immigration status?

Answer It means guaranteed if you meet the "qualifications." m is guaranteed IF you have been denied in the private market, resident - Mr. Mip doesn't ask immigration status, can't be eligible for... Read More »
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