ANALYTICAL INDEX TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES 01/03/07

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Abridged. The privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States

shall not be.

[Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

Absent members, in such manner and under such penalties as it may

provide. Each House is authorized to compel the attendance of

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

Accounts of receipts and expenditures of public money shall be published

from time to time. A statement of the

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 7

Accusation. In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall be informed

of the cause and nature of the.

[Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

Accused shall have a speedy public trial. In all criminal prosecutions

the.

[Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

He shall be tried by an impartial jury of the State and district where

the crime was committed.

[Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

He shall be informed of the nature of the accusation.

[Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

He shall be confronted with the witnesses against him.

[Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

He shall have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor.

[Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

He shall have the assistance of counsel for his defense.

[Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

Actions at common law involving over twenty dollars shall be tried by

jury.

[Amendments]

ART. 7 SEC. _ CL. _

Acts, records, and judicial proceedings of another State. Full faith and

credit shall be given in each State to the

ART. 4 SEC. 1 CL. _

Acts. Congress shall prescribe the manner of proving such acts, records,

and proceedings

ART. 4 SEC. 1 CL. _

Adjourn from day to day. A smaller number than a quorum of each House

may

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

Adjourn for more than three days, nor to any other place than that in

which they shall be sitting. Neither House shall, during the session of

Congress, without the consent of the other

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 4

Adjournment, the President may adjourn them to such time as he shall

think proper. In case of disagreement between the two Houses as to

ART. 2 SEC. 3 CL. _

Admiralty and maritime jurisdiction. The judicial power shall extend to

all cases of

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Admitted by the Congress into this Union, but no new States shall be

formed or erected within the jurisdiction of any other State. New States

may be

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Nor shall any State be formed by the junction of two or more States,
or parts of States, without the consent of the legislatures and of
Congress

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Adoption of the Constitution shall be valid. All debts and engagements

contracted by the confederation and before the

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 1

Advice and consent of the Senate. The President shall have power to

make treaties by and with the

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

To appoint ambassadors or other public ministers and consuls by and with

the

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

To appoint all other officers of the United States not herein otherwise

provided for by and with the

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Affirmation. Senators sitting to try impeachments shall be on oath or

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 6

To be taken by the President of the United States. Form of the oath or

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 8

No warrants shall be issued but upon probable cause and on oath or.

[Amendments]

ART. 4 SEC. _ CL. _

To support the Constitution. Senators and Representatives, members of

State legislatures, executive and judicial officers, both State and

Federal, shall be bound by oath or

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 3

Age. No person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained

twenty-five years of

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 2

No person shall be a Senator who shall not have attained thirty years of

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 3

Right of citizens of the United States, who are eighteen years of age or

older, to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or

any State on account of age.

[Amendments]

ART. 26 SEC. 1 CL. _

Agreement or compact with another State without the consent of Congress.

No State shall enter into any

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

Aid and comfort. Treason against the United States shall consist in

levying war against them, adhering to their enemies, and giving them

ART. 3 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Alliance or confederation. No State shall enter into any treaty of

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Ambassadors, or other public ministers and consuls. The President may

appoint

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

The judicial power of the United States shall extend to all cases

affecting

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Amendments to the Constitution. Whenever two-thirds of both Houses

shall deem it necessary, Congress shall propose

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

On application of the legislatures of two-thirds of the States, Congress

shall call a convention to propose

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Shall be valid when ratified by the legislatures of, or by conventions

in, three-fourths of the States

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Answer for a capital or infamous crime unless on presentment of a grand

jury. No person shall be held to. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Except in cases in the land or naval forces, or in the militia when in

actual service. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Appellate jurisdiction both as to law and fact, with such exceptions and

under such regulations as Congress shall make. In what cases the Supreme

Court shall have

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Application of the legislature or the executive of a State. The United

States shall protect each State against invasion and domestic violence

on the

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

Application of the legislatures of two-thirds of the States, Congress

shall call a convention for proposing amendments to the Constitution. On

the

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Appointment. Of officers and authority to train the militia reserved to

the States respectively

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 16

Of such inferior officers as they may think proper in the President

alone. Congress may by law vest the

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

In the courts of law or in the heads of departments. Congress may by law

vest the

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Of Presidential and Vice-Presidential electors. District of Columbia to

have power of.

[Amendments]

ART. 23 SEC. 1 CL. _

Apportionment of representation and direct taxation among the several

States. Provisions relating to the

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from

whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States.

[Amendments]

ART. 16 SEC. _ CL. _

Of Representatives among the several States. Provisions relating to the.

[Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. _ CL. _

Appropriate legislation. Congress shall have power to make all laws

necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing powers,

and all other powers vested by the Constitution in the Government of the

United States, or in any department or officer thereof

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 18

Congress shall have power to enforce the thirteenth article, prohibiting

slavery by. [Amendments]

ART. 13 SEC. 2 CL. _

Congress shall have power to enforce the provisions of the fourteenth

article by. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 5 CL. _

Congress shall have power to enforce the provisions of the fifteenth

article by. [Amendments]

ART. 15 SEC. 2 CL. _

Congress and the several States shall have concurrent power to enforce

the provisions of the eighteenth article. [Amendments]

ART. 18 SEC. 2 CL. _

Congress shall have power to enforce the provisions of the nineteenth

article.

[Amendments]

ART. 19 SEC. _ CL. _

Congress shall have power to enforce the provisions of the twenty-third

article by.

[Amendments]

ART. 23 SEC. 2 CL. _

Congress shall have power to enforce the provisions of the twenty-fourth

article by.

[Amendments]

ART. 24 SEC. 2 CL. _

Congress shall have power to enforce the provisions of the twenty-sixth

article by.

[Amendments]

ART. 26 SEC. 2 CL. _

Appropriation of money for raising and supporting armies shall be for a

longer term than two years. But no

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 12

Appropriations made by law. No money shall be drawn from the Treasury

but in consequence of

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 7

Approve and sign a bill before it shall become a law. The President

shall

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

He shall return it to the House in which it originated, with his

objections, if he does not

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

Armies, but no appropriation for that use shall be for a longer term

than two years. Congress shall have power to raise and support

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 12

Armies. Congress shall make rules for the government and regulation of

the land and naval forces

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 14

Arms shall not be infringed. A well-regulated militia being necessary to

the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear.

[Amendments]

ART. 2 SEC. _ CL. _

Arrest during their attendance at the session of their respective

Houses, and in going to and returning from the same. Members shall in

all cases, except treason, felony, and breach of the peace, be

privileged from

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

Arsenals. Congress shall exercise exclusive authority over all places

purchased for the erection of

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 17

Articles exported from any State. No tax or duty shall be laid on

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 5

Arts by securing to authors and inventors their patent rights. Congress

may promote the progress of science and the useful

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 8

Assistance of counsel for his defense. In all criminal prosecutions the

accused shall have the. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

Assumption of the debt or obligations incurred in aid of rebellion or

insurrection against the United States. Provisions against the.

[Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 4 CL. _

Attainder or ex post facto law shall be passed. No bill of

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 3

Attainder, ex post facto law, or law impairing the obligation of

contracts. No State shall pass any bill of

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Attainder of treason shall not work corruption of blood or forfeiture,

except during the life of the person attainted

ART. 3 SEC. 3 CL. 2

Authors and inventors the exclusive right to their writings and

inventions. Congress shall have power to secure to

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 8

B

Bail. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines nor

cruel and unusual punishments imposed. [Amendments]

ART. 8 SEC. _ CL. _

Ballot for President and Vice President. The electors shall vote by.

[Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

Ballot. If no person have a majority of the electoral votes for

President and Vice President, the House of Representatives shall

immediately choose the President by. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

Bankruptcies. Congress shall have power to pass uniform laws on the

subject of

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 4

Basis of representation among the several States. Provisions relating to

the. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 2 CL. _

Bear arms shall not be infringed. A well-regulated militia being

necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to

keep and. [Amendments]

ART. 2 SEC. _ CL. _

Behavior. The judges of the Supreme and inferior courts shall hold their

offices during good

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

Bill of attainder or ex post facto law shall be passed. No

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 3

Bill of attainder, ex post facto law, or law impairing the obligation

of contracts. No State shall pass any

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Bills of credit. No State shall emit

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Bills for raising revenue shall originate in the House of

Representatives. All

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 1

Bills which shall have passed the Senate and House of Representatives

shall, before they become laws, be presented to the President

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

If he approve, he shall sign them; if he disapprove, he shall return

them, with his objections, to that House in which they originated

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

Upon the reconsideration of a bill returned by the President with his

objections, if two-thirds of each House agree to pass the same, it shall

become a law

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

Upon the reconsideration of a bill returned by the President, the

question shall be taken by yeas and nays

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

Not returned by the President within ten days (Sundays excepted) shall,

unless Congress adjourn, become laws

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

Borrow money on the credit of the United States. Congress shall have

power to

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 2

Bounties and pensions, shall not be questioned. The validity of the

public debt incurred in suppressing insurrection and rebellion against

the United States, including the debt for. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 4 CL. _

Breach of the peace, shall be privileged from arrest while attending the

session, and in going to and returning from the same. Senators and

Representatives, except for treason, felony, and

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

Bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors. The President, Vice

President, and all civil officers shall be removed on impeachment for

and conviction of treason

ART. 2 SEC. 4 CL. _

C

Capital or otherwise infamous crime, unless on indictment of a grand

jury, except in certain specified cases. No person shall be held to

answer for a. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Capitation or other direct tax shall be laid unless in proportion to the

census or enumeration. No

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 4

Captures on land and water. Congress shall make rules concerning

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 11

Casting vote. The Vice President shall have no vote unless the Senate be

equally divided

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 4

Census or enumeration. Of the inhabitants shall be made within three

years after the first meeting of Congress, and within every subsequent

term of ten years thereafter

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

No capitation or other direct tax shall be laid except in proportion to

the

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 4

Chief Justice shall preside when the President of the United States is

tried upon impeachment. The

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 6

Choosing the electors and the day on which they shall give their votes,

which shall be the same throughout the United States. Congress may

determine the time of

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 4

Citizen of the United States at the adoption of the Constitution shall

be eligible to the office of President. No person not a natural-born

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 5

Citizen of the United States. No person shall be a Senator who shall

not have attained the age of thirty years, and been nine years a

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 3

No person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained the age

of twenty-five years, and been seven years a

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Right of citizens to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United

States or any State on account of sex. [Amendments]

ART. 19 SEC. _ CL. _

Right to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or

any State for failure to pay any poll tax or other tax. [Amendments]

ART. 24 SEC. 1 CL. _

Right to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or

any State to any citizen eighteen years or older, on account of age.

[Amendments]

ART. 26 SEC. 1 CL. _

Citizenship. Citizens of each State shall be entitled to all the

privileges and immunities of citizens of the several States

ART. 4 SEC. 2 CL. 1

All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the

jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State

in which they reside. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the

privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

Nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property

without due process of law. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

Nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of

the laws. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

Citizens or subjects of a foreign state. The judicial power of the

United States shall not extend to suits in law or equity brought against

one of the States by the citizens of another State, or by. [Amendments]

ART. 11 SEC. _ CL. _

Civil officers of the United States shall, on impeachment for and

conviction of treason, bribery, and other high crimes and misdemeanors

be removed. All

ART. 2 SEC. 4 CL. _

Claims of the United States or any particular State in the territory or

public property. Nothing in this Constitution shall be construed to

prejudice

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 2

Classification of Senators. Immediately after they shall be assembled

after the first election, they shall be divided as equally as may be

into three classes

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 2

The seats of the Senators of the first class shall be vacated at the

expiration of the second year

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 2

The seats of the Senators of the second class at the expiration of the

fourth year

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 2

The seats of the Senators of the third class at the expiration of the

sixth year

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 2

Coin a tender in payment of debts. No State shall make anything but gold

and silver

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Coin money and regulate the value thereof and of foreign coin. Congress

shall have power to

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 5

Coin of the United States. Congress shall provide for punishing the

counterfeiting the securities and current

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 6

Color, or previous condition of servitude. The right of citizens of the

United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United

States or by any State on account of race. [Amendments]

ART. 15 SEC. 1 CL. _

Comfort. Treason against the United States shall consist in levying war

against them, and giving their enemies aid and

ART. 3 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy, and of the militia when in

actual service. The President shall be

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Commerce with foreign nations, among the States, and with Indian tribes.

Congress shall have power to regulate

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 3

Commerce or revenue. No preference shall be given to the ports of one

State over those of another by any regulation of

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 6

Vessels clearing from the ports of one State shall not pay duties in

those of another

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 6

Commissions to expire at the end of the next session. The President may

fill vacancies that happen in the recess of the Senate by granting

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Common defense, promote the general welfare, &c. To insure the.

[Preamble]

ART. _ SEC. _ CL. _

Common defense and general welfare. Congress shall have power to provide

for the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 1

Common law, where the amount involved exceeds twenty dollars, shall be

tried by jury. Suits at. [Amendments]

ART. 7 SEC. _ CL. _

No fact tried by a jury shall be otherwise reexamined in any court of

the United States than according to the rules of the. [Amendments]

ART. 7 SEC. _ CL. _

Compact with another State. No State shall, without consent of Congress,

enter into any agreement or

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

Compact with a foreign power. No State shall, without the consent of

Congress, enter into any agreement or

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

Compensation of Senators and Representatives to be ascertained by law

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

Compensation of the President shall not be increased nor diminished

during the period for which he shall be elected.

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 7

Compensation of the judges of the Supreme and inferior courts shall not

be diminished during their continuance in office

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

Compensation. Private property shall not be taken for public use without

just. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor. In criminal

prosecutions the accused shall have. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

Confederation. No State shall enter into any treaty, alliance, or

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

All debts contracted and engagements entered into before the adoption of

this Constitution shall be valid against the United States under it, as

under the

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 1

Confession in open court. Conviction of treason shall be on the

testimony of two persons to the overt act, or upon

ART. 3 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Congress of the United States. All legislative powers shall be vested

in a

ART. 1 SEC. 1 CL. _

Shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives

ART. 1 SEC. 1 CL. _

Shall assemble at least once in every year, which shall be on the first

Monday of December, unless they by law appoint a different day

ART. 1 SEC. 4 CL. 2

May at any time alter regulations for elections of Senators and

Representatives, except as to the places of choosing Senators

ART. 1 SEC. 4 CL. 1

Each House shall be the judge of the elections, returns, and

qualifications of its own members

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

A majority of each House shall constitute a quorum to do business

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

A smaller number may adjourn from day to day and compel the attendance

of absent members

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

Each House may determine the rules of its proceedings, punish its

members for disorderly behavior, and, with the concurrence of two-

thirds, expel a member

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 2

Each House shall keep a journal of its proceedings

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 3

Neither House, during the session of Congress, shall, without the

consent of the other, adjourn for more than three days

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 4

Senators and Representatives shall receive a compensation to be

ascertained by law

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

They shall in all cases, except treason, felony, and breach of peace, be

privileged from arrest during attendance at their respective Houses, and

in going to and returning from the same

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

No Senator or Representative shall, during his term, be appointed to any

civil office which shall have been created, or of which the emoluments

shall have been increased, during such term

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 2

No person holding any office under the United States, shall, while in

office, be a member of either House of Congress

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 2

All bills for raising revenue shall originate in the House of

Representatives

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 1

Proceedings in cases of bills returned by the President with his

objections

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

Shall have power to lay and collect duties, imposts, and excises, pay

the debts, and provide for the common defense and general welfare

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 1

Shall have power to borrow money on the credit of the United States

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 2

To regulate foreign and domestic commerce, and with the Indian tribes

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 3

To establish uniform rule of naturalization and uniform laws on the

subject of bankruptcies

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 4

To coin money, regulate its value and the value of foreign coin, and to

fix the standard of weights and measures

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 5

To punish counterfeiting of securities and current coin of the United

States

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 6

To establish post-offices and post-roads

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 7

To promote the progress of science and the useful arts

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 8

To constitute tribunals inferior to the Supreme Court

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 9

To define and punish piracies and felonies on the high seas and to

punish offenses against the law of nations

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 10

To declare war, grant letters of marque and reprisal, and make rules

concerning captures on land and water

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 11

To raise and support armies, but no appropriation of money to that use

shall be for a longer term than two years

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 12

To provide and maintain a Navy

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 13

To make rules for the government of the Army and Navy

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 14

To call out the militia to execute the laws, suppress insurrections, and

repel invasions

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 15

To provide for organizing, arming, and equipping the militia

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 16

To exercise exclusive legislation over the District fixed for the seat

of government, and over forts, magazines, arsenals, and dockyards

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 17

To make all laws necessary and proper to carry into execution all powers

vested by the Constitution in the Government of the United States

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 18

No person holding any office under the United States shall accept of any

present, emolument, office, or title of any kind from any foreign state,

without the consent of

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 8

May determine the time of choosing the electors for President and Vice

President and the day on which they shall give their votes

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 4

The President may, on extraordinary occasions, convene either House of

ART. 2 SEC. 3 CL. _

The manner in which the acts, records, and judicial proceedings of the

States shall be prescribed by

ART. 4 SEC. 1 CL. _

New States may be admitted by Congress into this Union

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Shall have power to make all needful rules and regulations respecting

the territory or other property belonging to the United States

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 2

Amendments to the Constitution shall be proposed whenever it shall be

deemed necessary by two-thirds of both Houses of

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the thirteenth

amendment. [Amendments]

ART. 13 SEC. 2 CL. _

Persons engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the United States

disqualified for Senators or Representatives in. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

But such disqualification may be removed by a vote of two-thirds of both

Houses of. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

Shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the fourteenth

amendment. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 5 CL. _

Shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the fifteenth

amendment. [Amendments]

ART. 15 SEC. 2 CL. _

Shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the nineteenth

amendment. [Amendments]

ART. 19 SEC. _ CL. _

Sessions, time of assembling. [Amendments]

ART. 20 SEC. 2 CL. _

To direct appointment of electors for President and Vice President by

District of Columbia. [Amendments]

ART. 23 SEC. 1 CL. _

Shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the twenty-

third amendment. [Amendments]

ART. 23 SEC. 2 CL. _

Shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the twenty-

fourth amendment. [Amendments]

ART. 24 SEC. 2 CL. _

Confirmation by majority vote of Vice President nominated by the

President where vacancy in office occurs. [Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. 2 CL. _

Shall decide the issue of the inability of the President to discharge

the powers and duties of his office. [Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. 4 CL. _

Shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the twenty-

sixth amendment. [Amendments]

ART. 26 SEC. 2 CL. _

No law, varying the compensation for the services of the Senators and

Representatives, shall take effect, until an election of Representatives

shall have intervened. [Amendments]

ART. 27 SEC. _ CL. _

Consent. No State shall be deprived of its equal suffrage in the Senate

without its

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Consent of Congress. No person holding any office of profit or trust

under the United States shall accept of any present, emolument, office,

or title of any kind whatever, from any king, prince, or foreign

potentate, without the

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 8

No State shall lay any imposts, or duties on imports, except what may be

absolutely necessary for executing its inspection laws, without the

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 2

No State shall lay any duty of tonnage, keep troops or ships of war in

time of peace, without the

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

No State shall enter into any agreement or compact with another State,

or with a foreign power, without the

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

No State shall engage in war unless actually invaded, or in such

imminent danger as will not admit of delay, without the

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

No new State shall be formed or erected within the jurisdiction of any

other State, nor any State be formed by the junction of two or more

States, or parts of States, without the consent of the legislatures

thereof, as well as the

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Consent of the legislature of the State in which the same may be.

Congress shall exercise exclusive authority over all places purchased

for the erection of forts, magazines, arsenals, dockyards, and other

needful buildings by the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 17

Consent of the legislatures of the States and of Congress. No States

shall be formed by the junction of two or more States or parts of States

without the

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Consent of the other. Neither House, during the session of Congress,

shall adjourn for more than three days, nor to any other place than that

in which they shall be sitting, without the

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 4

Consent of the owner. No soldier shall be quartered in time of peace in

any house without the. [Amendments]

ART. 3 SEC. _ CL. _

Consent of the Senate. The President shall have power to make treaties,

by and with the advice and

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

The President shall appoint ambassadors, other public ministers and

consuls, judges of the Supreme Court, and all other officers created by

law and not otherwise herein provided for, by and with the advice and

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Constitution, in the Government of the United States, or in any

department or officer thereof. Congress shall have power to pass all

laws necessary to the execution of the powers vested by the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 18

Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President. No person

except a natural-born citizen, or a citizen at the time of the adoption

of the

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 5

Constitution. The President, before he enters upon the execution of his

office, shall take an oath to preserve, protect, and defend the

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 8

Constitution, laws, and treaties of the United States. The judicial

power shall extend to all cases arising under the

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Constitution shall be so construed as to prejudice any claims of the

United States, or of any State (in respect to territory or other

property of the United States). Nothing in the

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 2

Constitution. The manner in which amendments may be proposed and

ratified

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Constitution as under the Confederation shall be valid. All debts and

engagements contracted before the adoption of the

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 1

Constitution and the laws made in pursuance thereof, and all treaties

made, or which shall be made, by the United States, shall be the supreme

law of the land. The

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 2

The judges in every State, anything in the constitution or laws of a

State to the contrary notwithstanding, shall be bound thereby

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 2

Constitution. All officers, legislative, executive, and judicial, of the

United States, and of the several States, shall be bound by an oath to

support the

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 3

But no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification for any

office or public trust

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 3

Constitution between the States so ratifying the same. The ratification

of the conventions of nine States shall be sufficient for the

establishment of the

ART. 7 SEC. _ CL. _

Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or

disparage others retained by the people. The enumeration in the.

[Amendments]

ART. 9 SEC. _ CL. _

Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the

States respectively or to the people. Powers not delegated to the United

States by the. [Amendments]

ART. 10 SEC. _ CL. _

Constitution, and then engaged in rebellion against the United States.

Disqualification for office imposed upon certain class of persons who

took an oath to support the. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

Constitution. Done in convention by the unanimous consent of the States

present, September 17, 1787

ART. 7 SEC. _ CL. 2

Contracts. No State shall pass any ex post facto law, or law impairing

the obligation of

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Controversies to which the United States shall be a party: between two

or more States; between a State and citizens of another State; between

citizens of different States; between citizens of the same State

claiming lands under grants of different States; between a State or its

citizens and foreign states, citizens, or subjects. The judicial power

shall extend to

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Convene Congress or either House, on extraordinary occasions. The

President may

ART. 2 SEC. 3 CL. _

Convention for proposing amendments to the Constitution. Congress, on

the application of two-thirds of the legislatures of the States, may

call a

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Convention, by the unanimous consent of the States present on the 17th

of September, 1787. Adoption of the Constitution in

ART. 7 SEC. _ CL. 2

Conventions of nine States shall be sufficient for the establishment of

the Constitution. The ratification of the

ART. 7 SEC. _ CL. _

Conviction in cases of impeachment shall not be had without the

concurrence of two-thirds of the members present

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 6

Copyrights to authors for limited times. Congress shall have power to

provide for

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 8

Corruption of blood. Attainder of treason shall not work

ART. 3 SEC. 3 CL. 2

Counsel for his defense. In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall

have the assistance of. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

Counterfeiting the securities and current coin of the United States.

Congress shall provide for the punishment of

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 6

Courts. Congress shall have power to constitute tribunals inferior to

the Supreme Court

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 9

Courts of law. Congress may by law vest the appointment of such inferior

officers as they think proper in the President alone, in the heads of

departments, or in the

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Courts as Congress may establish. The judicial power of the United

States shall be vested in one Supreme Court and such inferior

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

Courts. The judges of the Supreme and inferior courts shall hold their

offices during good behavior

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

Their compensation shall not be diminished during their continuance in

office

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

Credit. No State shall emit bills of

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Credit of the United States. Congress shall have power to borrow money

on the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 2

Credit shall be given in every other State to the public acts, records,

and judicial proceedings of each State. Full faith and

ART. 4 SEC. 1 CL. _

Crime, unless on a presentment of a grand jury. No person shall be held

to answer for a capital or otherwise infamous. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Except in cases in the military and naval forces, or in the militia when

in actual service. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Crimes and misdemeanors. The President, Vice President, and all civil

officers shall be removed on impeachment for and conviction of treason,

bribery, or other

ART. 2 SEC. 4 CL. _

Crimes, except in cases of impeachment, shall be tried by jury. All

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 3

They shall be tried in the State within which they may be committed

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 3

When not committed in a State, they shall be tried at the places which

Congress may by law have provided

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Criminal prosecutions, the accused shall have a speedy and public trial

by jury in the State and district where the crime was committed. In all.

[Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

He shall be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation.

[Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

He shall be confronted with the witnesses against him. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

He shall have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor.

[Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

He shall have the assistance of counsel in his defense. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

Criminate himself. No person as a witness shall be compelled to.

[Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. Excessive bail shall not be

required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor. [Amendments]

ART. 8 SEC. _ CL. _

D

Danger as will not admit of delay. No State shall, without the consent

of Congress, engage in war, unless actually invaded, or in such imminent

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

Day on which they shall vote for President and Vice President, which

shall be the same throughout the United States. Congress may determine

the time of choosing the electors, and the

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 4

Day to day, and may be authorized to compel the attendance of absent

members. A smaller number than a quorum of each House may adjourn from

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

Death, resignation, or inability of the President. In case of, powers

and duties of his office shall devolve on the Vice President

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 6

[Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

Congress may provide by law for the case of the removal

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 6

[Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

Debt of the United States, including debts for pensions and bounties

incurred in suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be

questioned. The validity of the public. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 4 CL. _

Debts. No State shall make anything but gold and silver coin a tender in

payment of

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Debts and provide for the common defense and general welfare of the

United States. Congress shall have power to pay the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 1

Debts and engagements contracted before the adoption of this

Constitution shall be as valid against the United States, under it, as

under the Confederation

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 1

Debts or obligations incurred in aid of insurrection or rebellion

against the United States, or claims for the loss or emancipation of any

slave. Neither the United States nor any State shall assume or pay any.

[Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 4 CL. _

Declare war, grant letters of marque and reprisal, and make rules

concerning captures on land and water. Congress shall have power to

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 11

Defense, promote the general welfare, &c. To insure the common.

[Preamble]

ART. _ SEC. _ CL. _

Defense and general welfare throughout the United States. Congress shall

have power to pay the debts and provide for the common

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 1

Defense. In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall have the

assistance of counsel for his. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

Delaware entitled to one Representative in the first Congress.

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Delay. No State shall, without the consent of Congress, engage in war

unless actually invaded, or in such imminent danger as will not admit of

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

Delegated to the United States, nor prohibited to the States, are

reserved to the States or to the people. The powers not. [Amendments]

ART. 10 SEC. _ CL. _

Deny or disparage others retained by the people. The enumeration in the

Constitution of certain rights shall not be construed to. [Amendments]

ART. 9 SEC. _ CL. _

Departments upon any subject relating to their duties. The President may

require the written opinion of the principal officers in each of the

executive

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Departments. Congress may by law vest the appointment of inferior

officers in the heads of

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Direct tax shall be laid unless in proportion to the census or

enumeration. No capitation or other

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 4

Direct taxes and Representatives, how apportioned among the several

States

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Disability of the President and Vice President. Provisions in case of

the

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 6

[Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

Disability. No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress,

or presidential elector, or hold any office, civil or military, under

the United States, or any State, who having previously taken an oath as

a legislative, executive, or judicial officer of the United States, or

of any State, to support the Constitution, afterward engaged in

insurrection or rebellion against the United States. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

But Congress may, by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such.

[Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

Disagreement between the two Houses as to the time of adjournment, the

President may adjourn them to such time as he may think proper. In case

of

ART. 2 SEC. 3 CL. _

Disorderly behavior. Each House may punish its members for

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 2

And with the concurrence of two-thirds expel a member.

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 2

Disparage others retained by the people. The enumeration in the

Constitution of certain rights shall not be construed to deny or.

[Amendments]

ART. 9 SEC. _ CL. _

Disqualification. No Senator or Representative shall, during the time

for which he was elected, be appointed to any office under the United

States which shall have been created or its emoluments increased during

such term

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 2

No person holding any office under the United States shall be a member

of either House during his continuance in office

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 2

No person shall be a member of either House, presidential elector, or

hold any office under the United States, or any State, who, having

previously sworn to support the Constitution, afterward engaged in

insurrection or rebellion. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

But Congress may, by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such

disability. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

District of Columbia. Congress shall exercise exclusive legislation in

all cases over the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 17

Electors for President and Vice President, appointment in such manner as

the Congress may direct. [Amendments]

ART. 23 SEC. 1 CL. _

Dockyards. Congress shall have exclusive authority over all places

purchased for the erection of

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 17

Domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, &c. To insure.

[Preamble]

ART. _ SEC. _ CL. _

Domestic violence. The United States shall protect each State against

invasion and

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

Due process of law. No person shall be compelled, in any criminal case,

to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or

property without. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

No State shall deprive any person of life, liberty, or property without.

[Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

Duties and powers of the office of President, in case of his death,

removal, or inability to act, shall devolve on the Vice President

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 6

[Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

In case of the disability of the President and Vice President, Congress

shall declare what officer shall act

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 6

[Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

Duties, imposts, and excises. Congress shall have power to lay and

collect taxes

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 1

Shall be uniform throughout the United States

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 1

Duties shall be laid on articles exported from any State. No tax or

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 5

Duties in another State. Vessels clearing in the ports of one State

shall not be obliged to pay

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 6

On imports and exports, without the consent of Congress, except where

necessary for executing its inspection laws. No State shall lay any

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 2

The net produce of all such duties shall be for the use of the Treasury

of the United States

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 2

All laws laying such duties shall be subject to the revision and control

of Congress

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 2

Duty of tonnage without the consent of Congress. No State shall lay any

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

E

Eighteenth Amendment. Repeal. [Amendments]

ART. 21 SEC. 1 CL. _

Election of President and Vice President. Congress may determine the

day for the

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 4

Shall be the same throughout the United States. The day of the

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 4

Elections. The right of citizens of the United States to vote in shall

not be denied or abridged by the United States or any State by reason of

failure to pay any poll tax or other tax. [Amendments]

ART. 24 SEC. 1 CL. _

Elections for Senators and Representatives. The legislatures of the

States shall prescribe the times, places, and manner of holding

ART. 1 SEC. 4 CL. 1

But Congress may, at any time, alter such regulations, except as to the

places of choosing Senators

ART. 1 SEC. 4 CL. 1

Returns and qualifications of its own members. Each House shall be the

judge of the

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

Senators elected by the people. [Amendments]

ART. 17 SEC. 1 CL. _

Electors for members of the House of Representatives. Qualifications of

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Electors for Senators. Qualifications of. [Amendments]

ART. 17 SEC. 1 CL. _

Electors for President and Vice President. Each State shall appoint, in

such manner as the legislature thereof may direct, a number of electors

equal to the whole number of Senators and Representatives to which the

State may be entitled in the Congress

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 2

But no Senator or Representative, or person holding an office of trust

or profit under the United States, shall be appointed an elector

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 2

Congress may determine the time of choosing the electors and the day on

which they shall give their votes

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 4

Which day shall be the same throughout the United States

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 4

The electors shall meet in their respective States and vote by ballot

for President and Vice President, one of whom, at least, shall not be an

inhabitant of the same State with themselves. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

The District of Columbia to appoint, in such manner as the Congress may

direct, a number of electors equal to the whole number of Senators and

Representatives to which the District would be entitled if a State.

[Amendments]

ART. 23 SEC. 1 CL. _

Electors shall name, in their ballots, the person voted for as

President; and in distinct ballots the person voted for as Vice

President. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

They shall make distinct lists of the persons voted for as President and

of persons voted for as Vice President, which they shall sign and

certify, and transmit sealed to the seat of government, directed to the

President of the Senate. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

No person having taken an oath as a legislative, executive or judicial

officer of the United States, or of any State, and afterwards engaged in

insurrection or rebellion against the United States, shall be an elector

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

But Congress may, by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such

disability. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

Emancipation of any slave shall be held to be illegal and void. Claims

for the loss or. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 4 CL. _

Emit bills of credit. No State shall

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Emolument of any kind from any king, prince, or foreign state, without

the consent of Congress. No person holding any office under the United

States shall accept any

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 8

Enemies. Treason shall consist in levying war against the United States,

in adhering to, or giving aid and comfort to their

ART. 3 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Engagements contracted before the adoption of this Constitution shall be

valid. All debts and

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 1

Enumeration of the inhabitants shall be made within three years after

the first meeting of Congress, and within every subsequent term of ten

years thereafter

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Ratio of representation not to exceed one for every 30,000 until the

first enumeration shall be made

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Income tax authorized without regard to. [Amendments]

ART. 16 SEC. _ CL. _

Enumeration in the Constitution of certain rights shall not be construed

to deny or disparage others retained by the people. The. [Amendments]

ART. 9 SEC. _ CL. _

Equal protection of the laws. No State shall deny to any person within

its jurisdiction the. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

Equal suffrage in the Senate. No State shall be deprived without its

consent, of its

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Establishment of this Constitution between the States ratifying the

same. The ratification of nine States shall be sufficient for the

ART. 7 SEC. _ CL. _

Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor

cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. [Amendments]

ART. 8 SEC. _ CL. _

Excises. Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes, duties,

imposts, and

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 1

Shall be uniform throughout the United States. All duties, imposts, and

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 1

Exclusive legislation, in all cases, over such district as may become

the seat of government. Congress shall exercise

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 17

Over all places purchased for the erection of forts, magazines,

arsenals, dock-yards, and other needful buildings. Congress shall

exercise

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 17

Executive of a State. The United States shall protect each State against

invasion and domestic violence, on the application of the legislature or

the

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

Executive and judicial officers of the United States and of the several

States shall be bound by an oath to support the Constitution

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 3

Executive departments. On subjects relating to their duties the

President may require the written opinions of the principal officers in

each of the

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Congress may by law vest the appointment of inferior officers in the

heads of

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Executive power shall be vested in a President of the United States of

America. The

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 1

Expel a member. Each House, with the concurrence of two-thirds, may

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 2

Expenditures of public money shall be published from time to time. A

regular statement of the receipts and

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 7

Exportations from any State. No tax or duty shall be laid on

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 5

Exports or imports, except upon certain conditions. No State shall,

without the consent of Congress, lay any duties on

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 2

Laid by any State, shall be for the use of the Treasury. The net produce

of all duties on

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 2

Shall be subject to the revision and control of Congress. All laws of

the States laying duties on

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 2

Ex post facto law shall be passed. No bill of attainder or

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 3

Ex post facto law, or law impairing the obligation of contracts. No

State shall pass any bill of attainder

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Extraordinary occasions. The President may convene both Houses, or

either House of Congress, on

ART. 2 SEC. 3 CL. _

F

Faith and credit in each State shall be given to the acts, records, and

judicial proceedings of another State. Full

ART. 4 SEC. 1 CL. _

Felony, and breach of the peace. Members of Congress shall not be

privileged from arrest for treason

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

Felonies committed on the high seas. Congress shall have power to define

and punish piracies and

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 10

Fines. Excessive fines shall not be imposed. [Amendments]

ART. 8 SEC. _ CL. _

Foreign coin. Congress shall have power to coin money, fix the standard

of weights and measures, and to regulate the value of

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 5

Foreign nations, among the States, and with the Indian tribes. Congress

shall have power to regulate commerce with

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 3

Foreign power. No State shall, without the consent of Congress, enter

into any compact or agreement with any

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

Forfeiture, except during the life of the person attainted. Attainder of

treason shall not work

ART. 3 SEC. 3 CL. 2

Formation of new States. Provisions relating to the

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Form of government. The United States shall guarantee to every State in

this Union a republican

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

And shall protect each of them against invasion; and on application of

the legislature or of the executive (when the legislature cannot be

convened), against domestic violence

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

Forts, magazines, arsenals, dock-yards, and other needful buildings.

Congress shall exercise exclusive authority over all places purchased

for the erection of

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 17

Freedom of speech or the press. Congress shall make no law abridging

the. [Amendments]

ART. 1 SEC. _ CL. _

Free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be

infringed. A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of

a. [Amendments]

ART. 2 SEC. _ CL. _

Fugitives from crime found in another State shall, on demand, be

delivered up to the authorities of the State from which they may flee

ART. 4 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Fugitives from service or labor in one State, escaping into another

State, shall be delivered up to the party to whom such service or labor

may be due

ART. 4 SEC. 2 CL. 3

G

General welfare and secure the blessings of liberty, &c. To promote the.

[Preamble.]

ART. _ SEC. _ CL. _

General welfare. Congress shall have power to provide for the common

defense and

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 1

Georgia shall be entitled to three Representatives in the first Congress

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debts. No State shall make

anything but

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Good behavior. The judges of the Supreme and inferior courts shall hold

their offices during

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

Government. The United States shall guarantee to every State in this

Union a republican form of

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

And shall protect each of them against invasion, and on application of

the legislature or of the executive (when the legislature cannot be

convened), against domestic violence

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

Grand jury. No person shall be held to answer for a capital or

otherwise infamous crime, unless on the presentment of a. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Except in cases arising in the land and naval forces, and in the militia

when in actual service. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Guarantee to every State in this Union a republican form of government.

The United States shall

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

And shall protect each of them against invasion; and on application of

the legislature or of the executive (when the legislature cannot be

convened), against domestic violence

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

H

Habeas corpus shall not be suspended unless in cases of rebellion or

invasion. The writ of

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 2

Heads of departments. Congress may, by law, vest the appointment of

inferior officers in the

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

On any subject relating to their duties, the President may require the

written opinion of the principal officers in each of the executive

departments

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 1

High crimes and misdemeanors. The President, Vice President, and all

civil officers shall be removed on impeachment for and conviction of

treason, bribery, or other

ART. 2 SEC. 4 CL. _

House of Representatives. Congress shall consist of a Senate and

ART. 1 SEC. 1 CL. _

Shall be composed of members chosen every second year

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Qualifications of electors for members of the

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 1

No person shall be a member who shall not have attained the age of

twenty-five years, and been seven years a citizen of the United States

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 2

The executives of the several States shall issue writs of election to

fill vacancies in the

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 4

Shall choose their Speaker and other officers

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 5

Shall have the sole power of impeachment

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 5

Shall be the judge of the elections, returns, and qualifications of its

own members

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

A majority shall constitute a quorum to do business

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

Less than a majority may adjourn from day to day, and compel the

attendance of absent members

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

May determine its own rules of proceedings

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 2

May punish its members for disorderly behavior, and, with the

concurrence of two-thirds, expel a member

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 2

Shall keep a journal of its proceedings

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 3

Shall not adjourn for more than three days during the session of

Congress without the consent of the Senate

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 4

Members shall not be questioned for any speech or debate in either House

or in any other place

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

No person holding any office under the United States shall, while

holding such office, be a member of the

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 2

No person, while a member of either House, shall be appointed to an

office which shall have been created or the emoluments increased during

his membership

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 2

All bills for raising revenue shall originate in the

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 1

The votes for President and Vice President shall be counted in the

presence of the Senate and. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

If no person have a majority of electoral votes, then from the three

highest on the list the House of Representatives shall immediately, by

ballot, choose a President. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

They shall vote by States, each State counting one vote. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

A quorum shall consist of a member or members from two-thirds of the

States, and a majority of all the States shall be necessary to the

choice of a President. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

No person having as a legislative, executive, or judicial officer of the

United States, or of any State, taken an oath to support the

Constitution, and afterwards engaged in insurrection or rebellion

against the United States, shall be a member of the. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

But Congress may, by a vote of two-thirds of each house, remove such

disability. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

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Imminent danger as will not admit of delay. No State shall, without the

consent of Congress, engage in war, unless actually invaded or in such

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

Immunities. Members of Congress shall, in all cases except treason,

felony, and breach of the peace, be privileged from arrest during their

attendance at the session of their respective houses, and in going and

returning from the same

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

No soldier shall be quartered in any house without the consent of the

owner in time of peace. [Amendments]

ART. 3 SEC. _ CL. _

No person shall be twice put in jeopardy of life and limb for the same

offense. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the

jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State

in which they reside. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the

privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

Nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property

without due process of law. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

Nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of

the law. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

Impeachment. The President may grant reprieves and pardons except in

cases of

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 1

The House of Representatives shall have the sole power of

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 5

Impeachment for and conviction of treason, bribery, and other high

crimes and misdemeanors. The President, Vice President, and all civil

officers shall be removed upon

ART. 2 SEC. 4 CL. _

Impeachments. The Senate shall have the sole power to try all

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 6

The Senate shall be on oath, or affirmation, when sitting for the trial

of

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 6

When the President of the United States is tried the Chief Justice shall

preside

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 6

No person shall be convicted without the concurrence of two-thirds of

the members present

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 6

Judgment shall not extend beyond removal from office and

disqualification to hold office

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 7

But the party convicted shall be liable to indictment and punishment

according to law

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 7

Importation of slaves prior to 1808 shall not be prohibited by the

Congress

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 1

But a tax or duty of ten dollars for each person may be imposed on such

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 1

Imports or exports except what may be absolutely necessary for executing

its inspection laws. No State shall, without the consent of Congress,

lay any imposts or duties on

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 2

Imports or exports laid by any State shall be for the use of the

Treasury. The net produce of all duties on

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 2

Imports or exports shall be subject to the revision and control of

Congress. All laws of States laying duties on

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 2

Imposts and excises. Congress shall have power to lay and collect

taxes, duties

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 1

Shall be uniform throughout the United States. All taxes, duties

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 1

Inability of the President. The powers and duties of his office shall

devolve on the Vice President. In case of the death, resignation, or

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 6

[Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

The Vice President shall succeed to the office of the President. In case

of the death, resignation, or removal, or [Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

Inability of the President or Vice President. Congress may provide by

law for the case of the removal, death, resignation, or

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 6

[Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

Income taxes. Congress shall have power to lay and collect without

apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census

or enumeration. [Amendments]

ART. 16 SEC. _ CL. _

Indian tribes. Congress shall have power to regulate commerce with the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 3

Indictment or presentment of a grand jury. No person shall be held to

answer for a capital or infamous crime unless on [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Except in cases arising in the land and naval forces, and in the militia

when in actual service. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Indictment, trial, judgment, and punishment, according to law. The party

convicted in case of impeachment shall nevertheless be liable and

subject to

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 7

Infamous crime unless on presentment or indictment of a grand jury. No

person shall be held to answer for a capital or. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Inferior courts. Congress shall have power to constitute tribunals

inferior to the Supreme Court

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 9

Inferior courts as Congress may establish. The judicial power of the

United States shall be vested in one Supreme Court and such

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

The judges of both the Supreme and inferior courts shall hold their

offices during good behavior

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

Their compensation shall not be diminished during their continuance in

office

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

Inferior officers, Congress, if they think proper, may by law vest the

appointment of in the President alone, in the courts of law, or in the

heads of Departments

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Inhabitant of the State for which he shall be chosen. No person shall be

a Senator who shall not have attained the age of thirty years, been nine

years a citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected,

be an

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 3

Insurrection or rebellion against the United States. No person shall be

a Senator or Representative in Congress, or presidential elector, or

hold any office, civil or military, under the United States, or any

State, who, having taken an oath as a legislative, executive, or

judicial officer of the United States, or of a State, afterwards engaged

in. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

But Congress may, by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such

disabilities. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

Debts declared illegal and void which were contracted in aid of.

[Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 4 CL. _

Insurrections and repel invasions. Congress shall provide for calling

forth the militia to suppress

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 15

Intoxicating liquors. Prohibition of manufacture, sale, transportation,

importation, or exportation of. [Amendments]

ART. 18 SEC. 1 CL. _

Repeal of Eighteenth Amendment. [Amendments]

ART. 21 SEC. 1 CL. _

Transportation or importation into any State, Territory or possession,

for delivery or use therein, in violation of their laws, prohibited.

[Amendments]

ART. 21 SEC. 2 CL. _

Invasion. No State shall, without the consent of Congress, engage in

war unless actually invaded, or in such imminent danger as will not

admit of delay

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

The writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended unless in case of

rebellion or

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 1

Invasion and domestic violence. The United States shall protect each

State against

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

Invasions. Congress shall provide for calling forth the militia to

suppress insurrections and repel

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 15

Inventors and authors in their inventions and writings. Congress may

pass laws to secure for limited times exclusive rights to

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 8

Involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime, abolished in

the United States. Slavery and. [Amendments]

ART. 13 SEC. 1 CL. _

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Jeopardy of life and limb for the same offense. No person shall be twice

put in. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Journal of its proceedings. Each House shall keep a

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 3

Judges in every State shall be bound by the Constitution, the laws and

treaties of the United States, which shall be the supreme law of the

land

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 2

Judges of the Supreme and inferior courts shall hold their offices

during good behavior

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

Their compensation shall not be diminished during their continuance in

office

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

Judgment in cases of impeachment shall not extend further than to

removal from office, and disqualification to hold any office of honor,

trust, or profit under the United States

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 7

But the party convicted shall nevertheless be liable and subject to

indictment, trial, judgment, and punishment according to law

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 7

Judicial power of the United States. Congress shall have power to

constitute tribunals inferior to the Supreme Court

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 9

The judicial power of the United States shall be vested in one Supreme

Court, and in such inferior courts as Congress may from time to time

ordain and establish

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

The judges of the Supreme and inferior courts shall hold their offices

during good behavior

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

Their compensation shall not be diminished during their continuance in

office

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

It shall extend to all cases in law and equity arising under the

Constitution, laws, and treaties of the United States

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 1

To all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers, and consuls

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 1

To all cases of admiralty and maritime jurisdiction

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 1

To controversies to which the United States shall be a party

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 1

To controversies between two or more States

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 1

To controversies between a State and citizens of another State

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 1

[Amendments]

ART. 11 SEC. _ CL. _

To controversies between citizens of different States

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 1

To citizens of the same State claiming lands under grants of different

States

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 1

To controversies between a State or its citizens and foreign states,

citizens, or subjects

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 1

In all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls,

and those in which a State shall be a party, the Supreme Court shall

have original jurisdiction

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 2

In all other cases before mentioned, it shall have appellate

jurisdiction, both as to law and fact, with such exceptions and under

such regulations as Congress shall make

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 2

The trial of all crimes, except in cases of impeachment, shall be by

jury

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 3

The trial shall be held in the State where the crimes shall have been

committed

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 3

But when not committed in a State, the trial shall be at such place or

places as Congress may by law have directed

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 3

The judicial power of the United States shall not be held to extend to

any suit in law or equity commenced or prosecuted against one of the

United States by citizens of another State, or by citizens or subjects

of any Foreign State. [Amendments]

ART. 11 SEC. _ CL. _

Judicial proceedings of every other State. Full faith and credit shall

be given in each State to the acts, records, and

ART. 4 SEC. 1 CL. _

Congress shall prescribe the manner of proving such acts, records, and

proceedings

ART. 4 SEC. 1 CL. _

Judicial and executive officers of the United States and of the several

States shall be bound by an oath to support the Constitution

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 3

Judiciary. The Supreme Court shall have original jurisdiction in all

cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, and

those in which a State may be a party

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 2

The Supreme Court shall have appellate jurisdiction both as to law and

fact, with such exceptions and regulations as Congress may make

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Junction of two or more States or parts of States without the consent of

the legislatures and of Congress. No State shall be formed by the

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Jurisdiction of another State. No new State shall, without the consent

of Congress, be formed or erected within the

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Jurisdiction, both as to law and fact, with such exceptions and under

such regulations as Congress may make. The Supreme Court shall have

appellate

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Jurisdiction. In all cases affecting ambassadors and other public

ministers and consuls, and in cases where a State is a party, the

Supreme Court shall have original

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Jury. The trial of all crimes, except in cases of impeachment, shall be

by

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 3

In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall have a speedy and public

trial by. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

All suits at common law, where the value exceeds twenty dollars, shall

be tried by. [Amendments]

ART. 7 SEC. _ CL. _

Where a fact has been tried by a jury it shall not be reexamined except

by the rules of the common law. [Amendments]

ART. 7 SEC. _ CL. _

Just compensation. Private property shall not be taken for public use

without. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Justice, insure domestic tranquility, &c. To establish. [Preamble]

ART. _ SEC. _ CL. _

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Labor, in one State escaping into another State shall be delivered up to

the party to whom such service or labor may be due. Fugitives from

service or

ART. 4 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Land and naval forces. Congress shall make rules for the government and

regulation of the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 14

Law and fact, with exceptions and under regulations to be made by

Congress. The Supreme Court shall have appellate jurisdiction as to

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Law of the land. The Constitution, the laws made in pursuance thereof,

and treaties of the United States, shall be the supreme

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 2

The judges in every State shall be bound thereby

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 2

Law of nations. Congress shall provide for punishing offenses against

the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 10

Laws. Congress shall provide for calling forth the militia to suppress

insurrection, repel invasion, and to execute the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 15

Laws and treaties of the United States. The judicial power shall extend

to all cases in law and equity arising under the Constitution, or the

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Laws necessary to carry into execution the powers vested in the

government, or in any department or officer of the United States.

Congress shall make all

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 18

Legal tender in payment of debts. No State shall make anything but gold

and silver coin a

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Legislation in all cases over such district as may become the seat of

government. Congress shall exercise exclusive

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 17

Over all places purchased for the erection of forts, magazines,

arsenals, dock-yards, and other needful buildings. Congress shall

exercise exclusive

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 17

Legislation. Congress shall have power to make all laws necessary and

proper for carrying into execution all the powers vested by the

Constitution in the Government of the United States or in any department

or officer thereof

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 18

Congress shall have power to enforce the thirteenth amendment,

prohibiting slavery, by appropriate. [Amendments]

ART. 13 SEC. 2 CL. _

Congress shall have power to enforce the fourteenth amendment by

appropriate. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 5 CL. _

Congress shall have power to enforce the fifteenth amendment by

appropriate. [Amendments]

ART. 15 SEC. 2 CL. _

Congress and the several States shall have concurrent power to enforce

the eighteenth amendment by appropriate. [Amendments]

ART. 18 SEC. 2 CL. _

Congress shall have power to enforce the nineteenth amendment by

appropriate. [Amendments]

ART. 19 SEC. _ CL. _

Congress shall have power to enforce the twenty-third amendment by

appropriate. [Amendments]

ART. 23 SEC. 2 CL. _

Congress shall have power to enforce the twenty-fourth amendment by

appropriate. [Amendments]

ART. 24 SEC. 2 CL. _

Congress shall have power to enforce the twenty-sixth amendment by

appropriate. [Amendments]

ART. 26 SEC. 2 CL. _

Legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in Congress. All

ART. 1 SEC. 1 CL. _

Legislature, or the Executive (when the legislature cannot be convened).

The United States shall protect each State against invasion and domestic

violence, on the application of the

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

Legislatures of two-thirds of the States, Congress shall call a

convention for proposing amendments to the Constitution. On the

application of the

ART. 5 SEC. CL. _

Letters of marque and reprisal. Congress shall have power to grant

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 11

No State shall grant

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Liberty to ourselves and our posterity, &c. To secure the blessings of.

[Preamble]

ART. _ SEC. _ CL. _

Life, liberty, and property without due process of law. No person shall

be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor

be deprived of. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

No State shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the

United States, nor deprive any person of. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

Life or limb for the same offense. No person shall be twice put in

jeopardy of. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Loss or emancipation of any slave shall be held illegal and void. Claims

for the. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 4 CL. _

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Magazines, arsenals, dock-yards, and other needful buildings. Congress

shall have exclusive authority over all places purchased for the

erection of

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 17

Majority of each House shall constitute a quorum to do business. A

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

But a smaller number may adjourn from day to day and may be authorized

to compel the attendance of absent members

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

Majority of all the States shall be necessary to a choice. When the

choice of a President shall devolve on the House of Representatives, a

quorum shall consist of a member or members from two-thirds of the

States; but a. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

When the choice of a Vice President shall devolve on the Senate, a

quorum shall consist of two-thirds of the whole number of Senators, and

a majority of the whole number shall be necessary to a choice.

[Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

Maritime jurisdiction. The judicial power shall extend to all cases of

admiralty and

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Marque and reprisal. Congress shall have power to grant letters of

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 11

No State shall grant any letters of

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Maryland entitled to six Representatives in the first Congress

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Massachusetts entitled to eight Representatives in the first Congress

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Measures. Congress shall fix the standard of weights and

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 5

Meeting of Congress. The Congress shall assemble at least once in every

year, and such meeting shall be on the first Monday in December, unless

they shall by law appoint a different day

ART. 1 SEC. 4 CL. 2

Meeting of Electors. The electors shall meet in their respective States

and vote by ballot for President and Vice President, one of whom, at

least, shall not be an inhabitant of the same State with themselves.

[Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

District of Columbia, electors for President and Vice President

appointed by District. [Amendments]

ART. 23 SEC. 1 CL. _

Members of Congress and of State legislatures shall be bound by oath or

affirmation to support the Constitution

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 3

Militia to execute the laws, suppress insurrections, and repel

invasions. Congress shall provide for calling forth the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 15

Congress shall provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 16

Congress shall provide for governing such part of them as may be

employed by the United States

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 16

Reserving to the States the appointment of the officers and the right to

train the militia according to the discipline prescribed by Congress

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 16

A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free

State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be

infringed. [Amendments]

ART. 2 SEC. _ CL. _

Misdemeanors. The President, Vice President, and all civil officers

shall be removed on impeachment for and conviction of treason, bribery,

or other high crimes and

ART. 2 SEC. 4 CL. _

Money on the credit of the United States. Congress shall have power to

borrow

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 2

Regulate the value thereof and of foreign coin. Congress shall have

power to coin

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 5

Shall be drawn from the Treasury but in consequence of appropriations

made by law. No

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 7

Shall be published from time to time. A regular statement and account of

receipts and expenditures of public

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 7

For raising and supporting armies. No appropriation of money shall be

for a longer term than two years

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 12

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Nations. Congress shall have power to regulate commerce with foreign

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 3

Congress shall provide for punishing offenses against the law of

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 10

Natural-born citizen, or a citizen at the adoption of the Constitution,

shall be eligible to the office of President. No person except a

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 5

Naturalization. Congress shall have power to establish a uniform rule of

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 4

Naturalized in the United States, and subject to their jurisdiction,

shall be citizens of the United States and of the States in which they

reside. All persons born, or. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

Naval forces. Congress shall make rules and regulations for the

government and regulation of the land and

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 14

Navy. Congress shall have power to provide and maintain a

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 13

New Hampshire entitled to three Representatives in the first Congress

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

New Jersey entitled to four Representatives in the first Congress

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

New States may be admitted by Congress into this Union

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 1

But no new State shall be formed within the jurisdiction of another

State without the consent of Congress

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Nor shall any State be formed by the junction of two or more States or

parts of States, without the consent of the legislatures and of Congress

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 1

New York entitled to six Representatives in the first Congress

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Nobility shall be granted by the United States. No title of

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 8

No State shall grant any title of

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Nominations for office by the President. The President shall nominate,

and, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, shall appoint

ambassadors and other public officers

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

He may grant commissions to fill vacancies that happen in the recess of

the Senate, which shall expire at the end of their next session

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 3

The President shall nominate a successor to the Vice President whenever

a vacancy in office occurs [Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. 2 CL. _

North Carolina entitled to five Representatives in the first Congress

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Number of electors for President and Vice President in each State shall

be equal to the number of Senators and Representatives to which such

State may be entitled in Congress.

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 2

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Oath of office of the President of the United States. Form of the

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 8

Oath or affirmation. No warrants shall be issued but upon probable cause

supported by. [Amendments]

ART. 4 SEC. _ CL. _

Oath or affirmation to support the Constitution. Senators and

Representatives, members of State legislatures, executive and judicial

officers of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound

by

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 3

But no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification for

office

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 3

The Senators when sitting to try impeachment shall be on

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 6

Objections. If he shall not approve it, the President shall return the

bill to the House in which it originated with his

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

Obligation of contracts. No State shall pass any ex post facto law, or

law impairing the

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Obligations incurred in aid of insurrection or rebellion against the

United States to be held illegal and void. All debts or. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 4 CL. _

Offense. No person shall be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb for

the same. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Offenses against the law of nations. Congress shall provide for

punishing

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 10

Against the United States, except in cases of impeachment. The President

may grant reprieves or pardons for

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Office under the United States. No person shall be a member of either

House while holding any civil

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 2

No Senator or Representative shall be appointed to any office under the

United States which shall have been created, or its emoluments

increased, during the term for which he is elected

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 2

Or title of any kind from any king, prince, or foreign State, without

the consent of Congress. No person holding any office under the United

States shall accept of any present, emolument

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 8

Office of President, in case of his removal, death, resignation, or

inability, shall devolve on the Vice President. The powers and duties of

the

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 6

[Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

During the term of four years. The President and Vice President shall

hold

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 1

Of trust or profit under the United States shall be an elector for

President and Vice President. No person holding an

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 2

Civil or military under the United States, or any State, who had taken

an oath as a legislative, executive, or judicial officer of the United

States, or of any State, and afterward engaged in insurrection or

rebellion. No person shall be a Senator, Representative or Presidential

elector, or hold any. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

Officers in the President alone, in the courts of law, or in the heads

of Departments. Congress may vest the appointment of inferior

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Of the United States shall be removed on impeachment for and conviction

of treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdeameanors. The

President, Vice President, and all civil

ART. 2 SEC. 4 CL. _

The House of Representatives shall choose their Speaker and other

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 5

The Senate, in the absence of the Vice President, shall choose a

President pro tempore, and also their other

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 5

Offices becoming vacant in the recess of the Senate may be filled by the

President, the commissions to expire at the end of the next session

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 3

One-fifth of the members present, be entered on the journal of each

House. The yeas and nays shall, at the desire of

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 3

Opinion of the principal officers in each of the Executive Departments

on any subject relating to their duties. The President may require the

written

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Order, resolution, or vote (except on a question of adjournment)

requiring the concurrence of the two Houses, shall be presented to the

President. Every

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 3

Original jurisdiction, in all cases affecting ambassadors, other public

ministers, and consuls, and in which a State may be a party. The Supreme

Court shall have

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Overt act, or on confession in open court. Conviction of treason shall

be on the testimony of two witnesses to the

ART. 3 SEC. 3 CL. 1

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Pardons, except in cases of impeachment. The President may grant

reprieves and

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Patent rights to inventors. Congress may pass laws for securing

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 8

Peace. Members of Congress shall not be privileged from arrest for

treason, felony, and breach of the

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

No State shall, without the consent of Congress, keep troops or ships of

war in time of

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

No soldier shall be quartered in any house without the consent of the

owner in time of. [Amendments]

ART. 3 SEC. _ CL. _

Pennsylvania entitled to eight Representatives in the first Congress

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Pensions and bounties shall not be questioned. The validity of the

public debt incurred in suppressing insurrection and rebellion against

the United States, including the debt for. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 4 CL. _

People, peaceably to assemble and petition for redress of grievances,

shall not be abridged by Congress. The right of the. [Amendments]

ART. 1 SEC. _ CL. _

To keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. A well-regulated militia

being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the.

[Amendments]

ART. 2 SEC. _ CL. _

To be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against

unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated. The right of

the. [Amendments]

ART. 4 SEC. _ CL. _

People. The enumeration of certain rights in the Constitution shall not

be held to deny or disparage others retained by the. [Amendments]

ART. 9 SEC. _ CL. _

Powers not delegated to the United States, nor prohibited to the States,

are reserved to the States or to the. [Amendments]

ART. 10 SEC. _ CL. _

Perfect Union, &c. To establish a more. [Preamble]

ART. _ SEC. _ CL. _

Persons, houses, papers, and effects against unreasonable searches and

seizures. The people shall be secure in their. [Amendments]

ART. 4 SEC. _ CL. _

Persons, as any State may think proper to admit, shall not be

prohibited prior to 1808. The migration or importation of such

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 1

But a tax or duty of ten dollars shall be imposed on the importation of

each of such

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 1

Petition for the redress of grievances. Congress shall make no law

abridging the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to.

[Amendments]

ART. 1 SEC. _ CL. _

Piracies and felonies committed on the high seas. Congress shall define

and punish

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 10

Place than that in which the two Houses shall be sitting. Neither House

during the session shall, without the consent of the other, adjourn for

more than three days, nor to any other

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 4

Places of choosing Senators. Congress may by law make or alter

regulations for the election of Senators and Representatives, except as

to the

ART. 1 SEC. 4 CL. 1

Poll tax. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not

be denied or abridged by the United States or any State by reason of

failure to pay. [Amendments]

ART. 24 SEC. 1 CL. _

Ports of one State over those of another. Preference shall not be given

by any regulation of commerce or revenue to the

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 6

Vessels clearing from the ports of one State shall not pay duties in

another

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 6

Post offices and post roads. Congress shall establish

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 7

Powers herein granted shall be vested in Congress. All legislative

ART. 1 SEC. 1 CL. _

Powers vested by the Constitution in the Government or in any Department

or officer of the United States. Congress shall make all laws necessary

to carry into execution the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 18

Powers and duties of the office shall devolve on the Vice President, on

the removal, death, resignation, or inability of the President. The

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 6

[Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

Powers not delegated to the United States nor prohibited to the States

are reserved to the States and to the people. [Amendments]

ART. 10 SEC. _ CL. _

The enumeration of certain rights in this Constitution shall not be held

to deny or disparage others retained by the people. [Amendments]

ART. 9 SEC. _ CL. _

Preference, by any regulation of commerce or revenue, shall not be given

to the ports of one State over those of another

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 6

Prejudice any claims of the United States or of any particular State in

the territory or property of the United States. Nothing in this

Constitution shall

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 2

Present, emolument, office, or title of any kind whatever from any king,

prince, or foreign State. No person holding any office under the United

States shall, without the consent of Congress, accept any

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 8

Presentment or indictment of a grand jury, except in cases arising in

the land or naval forces, or in the militia when in actual service. No

person shall be held to answer for a capital or otherwise infamous crime

unless on a. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

President of the United States. The Senate shall choose a President

pro tempore when the Vice President shall exercise the office of

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 5

Additional provision for succession through act of Congress.

[Amendments]

ART. 20 SEC. 4 CL. _

Succession in case of death. [Amendments]

ART. 20 SEC. 3 CL. _

Succession in case of failure to be chosen or qualified. [Amendments]

ART. 20 SEC. 3 CL. _

Term of office, beginning and ending. [Amendments]

ART. 20 SEC. 1 CL. _

The Chief Justice shall preside upon the trial of the

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 6

Shall approve and sign all bills passed by Congress before they shall

become laws

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

Shall return to the House in which it originated, with his objections,

any bill which he shall not approve

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

If not returned within ten days (Sundays excepted), it shall become a

law, unless Congress shall adjourn before the expiration of that time

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

Every order, resolution, or vote which requires the concurrence of both

Houses, except on a question of adjournment, shall be presented to the

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 3

If disapproved by him, shall be returned and proceeded on as in the case

of a bill

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 3

The executive power shall be vested in a

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 1

He shall hold his office during the term of four years

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 1

In case of the removal of the President from office, or of his death,

resignation, or inability to discharge the duties of his office, the

Vice President shall perform the duties of

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 6

[Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

Congress may declare, by law, in the case of the removal, death,

resignation, or inability of the President, what officer shall act as

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 6

[Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

The President shall receive a compensation which shall not be increased

nor diminished during his term, nor shall he receive any other emolument

from the United States

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 7

Before he enters upon the execution of his office he shall take an oath

of office

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 8

Shall be Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy and of the militia of

the States when called into actual service

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 1

He may require the opinion, in writing, of the principal officer in each

of the Executive Departments

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 1

He may grant reprieves or pardons for offenses, except in cases of

impeachment

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 1

He may make treaties by and with the advice and consent of the Senate,

two-thirds of the Senators present concurring

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

He may appoint, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate,

ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, judges of the Supreme

Court, and all other officers whose appointments may be authorized by

law and not herein provided for

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Congress may vest the appointment of inferior officers in the

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

He may fill up all vacancies that may happen in the recess of the Senate

by commissions which shall expire at the end of their next session

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 3

He shall give information to Congress of the state of the Union, and

recommend measures

ART. 2 SEC. 3 CL. _

On extraordinary occasions he may convene both Houses or either

ART. 2 SEC. 3 CL. _

In case of disagreement between the two Houses as to the time of

adjournment, he may adjourn them to such time as he may think proper

ART. 2 SEC. 3 CL. _

He shall receive ambassadors and other public ministers

ART. 2 SEC. 3 CL. _

He shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed

ART. 2 SEC. 3 CL. _

He shall commission all the officers of the United States

ART. 2 SEC. 3 CL. _

On impeachment for, and conviction of, treason, bribery, or other high

crimes and misdemeanors, shall be removed from office. The

ART. 2 SEC. 4 CL. _

No person except a natural-born citizen, or a citizen of the United

States at the adoption of the Constitution, shall be eligible to the

office of

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 5

No person shall be elected to office more than twice. [Amendments]

ART. 22 SEC. _ CL. _

No person who shall not have attained the age of thirty-five years and

been fourteen years a resident of the United States shall be eligible to

the office of

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 5

Congress to decide the issue of the President’s ability to discharge the

powers and duties of his office [Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. 4 CL. _

Declaration of his inability to discharge the powers and duties of his

office [Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. 3 CL. _

Nomination of successor to the Vice President whenever a vacancy in the

office of the Vice President occurs [Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. 2 CL. _

Succession of Vice President to office in case of death, resignation,

removal, or inability of President to discharge the powers and duties of

his office [Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

President and Vice President. Manner of choosing. Each State by its

legislature, shall appoint a number of electors equal to the whole

number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be

entitled in the Congress

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 2

No Senator or Representative or person holding an office of trust or

profit under the United States shall be an elector

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 2

Congress may determine the time of choosing the electors and the day on

which they shall give their votes, which day shall be the same

throughout the United States

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 4

The electors shall meet in their respective States and vote by ballot

for President and Vice President, one of whom, at least, shall not be an

inhabitant of the same State with themselves. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

They shall name in distinct ballots the person voted for as President

and the person voted for as Vice President. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

They shall make distinct lists of the persons voted for as President and

as Vice President, which they shall sign and certify and transmit sealed

to the President of the Senate at the seat of government. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

The President of the Senate shall, in the presence of the Senate and

House of Representatives, open all the certificates, and the votes shall

then be counted. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

The person having the greatest number of votes shall be the President,

if such number be a majority of the whole number of electors appointed.

[Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

If no person have such majority, then from the persons having the

highest numbers, not exceeding three, on the list of those voted for as

President, the House of Representatives shall choose immediately, by

ballot, the President. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

In choosing the President, the votes shall be taken by States, the

representation from each State having one vote. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

A quorum for this purpose shall consist of a member or members from two-

thirds of the States, and a majority of all the States shall be

necessary to a choice. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

But if no choice shall be made before the 4th of March next following,

then the Vice President shall act as President, as in the case of the

death or disability of the President. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

The District of Columbia shall appoint, in such manner as the Congress

may direct, a number of electors equal to the whole number of Senators

and Representatives to which the District would be entitled if a State.

[Amendments]

ART. 23 SEC. 1 CL. _

President of the Senate, but shall have no vote unless the Senate be

equally divided. The Vice President shall be

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 4

President pro tempore. In the absence of the Vice President the Senate

shall choose a

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 5

When the Vice President shall exercise the office of President of the

United States, the Senate shall choose a

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 5

President to transmit his declaration of inability to discharge the

powers and duties of his office to [Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. 3 CL. _

Vice President and a majority of the principal officers of the executive

departments to transmit their declaration of the President’s inability

to discharge the powers and duties of his office to [Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. 4 CL. _

Press. Congress shall pass no law abridging the freedom of speech or of

the. [Amendments]

ART. 1 SEC. _ CL. _

Previous condition of servitude. The right of citizens of the United

States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States, or

by any State, on account of race, color, or. [Amendments]

ART. 15 SEC. 1 CL. _

Primary elections. The right of citizens of the United States to vote in

shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or any State by

reason of failure to pay any poll tax or other tax. [Amendments]

ART. 24 SEC. 1 CL. _

Private property shall not be taken for public use without just

compensation. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Privilege. Senators and Representatives shall, in all cases except

treason, felony, and breach of the peace, be privileged from arrest

during their attendance at the session of their respective Houses, and

in going to and returning from the same

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

They shall not be questioned for any speech or debate in either House in

any other place

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

Privileges and immunities of citizens of the United States. The

citizens of each State shall be entitled to all the privileges and

immunities of the citizens of the several States

ART. 4 SEC. 2 CL. 1

No soldier shall be quartered in any house without the consent of the

owner in time of peace. [Amendments]

ART. 3 SEC. _ CL. _

No person shall be twice put in jeopardy of life and limb for the same

offense. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the

jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State

in which they reside. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the

privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

No State shall deprive any person of life, liberty, or property without

due process of law. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

Nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of

its laws. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

Prizes captured on land or water. Congress shall make rules concerning

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 11

Probable cause. The right of the people to be secure in their persons,

houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures,

shall not be violated. And no warrant shall issue for such but upon.

[Amendments]

ART. 4 SEC. _ CL. _

Process of law. No person shall be compelled in any criminal case to be

a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or

property, without due. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

No State shall deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without

due. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

Process for obtaining witnesses in his favor. In all criminal

prosecutions the accused shall have. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

Progress of science and useful arts. Congress shall have power to

promote the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 8

Property of the United States. Congress may dispose of and make all

needful rules and regulations respecting the territory or

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 2

Property, without due process of law. No person shall be compelled in

any criminal case to be a witness against himself; nor shall he be

deprived of his life, liberty, or [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

No State shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the

United States; nor deprive any person of his life, liberty, or.

[Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

Prosecutions. The accused shall have a speedy and public trial in all

criminal. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

He shall be tried by a jury in the State or district where the crime was

committed. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

He shall be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation.

[Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

He shall be confronted with the witnesses against him. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

He shall have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

He shall have counsel for his defense. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

Protection of the laws. No State shall deny to any person within its

jurisdiction the equal. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 1 CL. _

Public debt of the United States incurred in suppressing insurrection or

rebellion shall not be questioned. The validity of the. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 4 CL. _

Public safety may require it. The writ of habeas corpus shall not be

suspended, unless when in cases of rebellion or invasion the

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 2

Public trial by jury. In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall

have a speedy and. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

Public use. Private property shall not be taken for, without just

compensation. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Punishment according to law. Judgment in cases of impeachment shall not

extend further than to removal from, and disqualification for, office;

but the party convicted shall nevertheless be liable and subject to

indictment, trial, judgment, and

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 7

Punishments inflicted. Excessive bail shall not be required nor

excessive fines imposed nor cruel and unusual. [Amendments]

ART. 8 SEC. _ CL. _

Q

Qualification for office. No religious test shall ever be required as a

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 3

Qualifications of electors of members of the House of Representatives

shall be the same as electors for the most numerous branch of the State

legislature

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Qualifications of electors of Senators shall be the same as electors of

the most numerous branch of the State legislature. [Amendments]

ART. 17 SEC. 1 CL. _

Qualifications of members of the House of Representatives. They shall

be twenty-five years of age, seven years a citizen of the United States,

and an inhabitant of the State in which chosen

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Of Senators. They shall be thirty years of age, nine years a citizen of

the United States, and an inhabitant of the State in which chosen

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 3

Of its own members. Each House shall be the judge of the election,

returns, and

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

Of the President. No person except a natural-born citizen, or a citizen

of the United States at the time of the adoption of the Constitution,

shall be eligible to the office of President

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 5

Neither shall any person be eligible to the office of President who

shall not have attained the age of thirty-five years and been fourteen

years a resident within the United States

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 5

Of the Vice President. No person constitutionally ineligible to the

office of President shall be eligible to that of Vice President.

[Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

Quartered in any house without the consent of the owner in time of

peace. No soldier shall be. [Amendments]

ART. 3 SEC. _ CL. _

Quorum to do business. A majority of each House shall constitute a

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

But a smaller number than a quorum may adjourn from day to day and may

be authorized to compel the attendance of absent members

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

Of the House of Representatives for choosing a President shall consist

of a member or members from two-thirds of the States, and a majority of

all the States shall be necessary to a choice. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

Quorum to elect a Vice President by the Senate. Two-thirds of the whole

number of Senators shall be a. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

A majority of the whole number shall be necessary to a choice.

[Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

R

Race, color, or previous condition of servitude. The right of citizens

of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the

United States or by any State on account of. [Amendments]

ART. 15 SEC. 1 CL. _

Ratification of amendments to the Constitution shall be by the

legislatures of three-fourths of the several States or by conventions in

three-fourths of the States, accordingly as Congress may propose

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Ratification of the conventions of nine States shall be sufficient to

establish the Constitution between the States so ratifying the same

ART. 7 SEC. _ CL. _

Ratio or representation until the first enumeration under the

Constitution shall be made not to exceed one for every thirty thousand

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Ratio of representation shall be apportioned among the several States

according to their respective numbers, counting the whole number of

persons in each State, excluding Indians not taxed. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 2 CL. _

But when the right to vote for Presidential electors or members of

Congress, or the legislative, executive, and judicial officers of the

State, except for engaging in rebellion or other crime, shall be denied

or abridged by a State, the basis of representation shall be reduced

therein in the proportion of such denial or abridgment of the right to

vote. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 2 CL. _

Rebellion against the United States. Persons who, while holding certain

Federal and State offices, took an oath to support the Constitution,

afterward engaged in insurrection or rebellion, disabled from holding

office under the United States. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

But Congress may by a vote of two-thirds of each House remove such

disability. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

Debts incurred for pensions and bounties for services in suppressing the

rebellion shall not be questioned. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 4 CL. _

All debts and obligations incurred in aid of the rebellion, and all

claims for the loss or emancipation of slaves, declared and held to be

illegal and void. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 4 CL. _

Rebellion or invasion. The writ of habeas corpus shall not be

suspended except when the public safety may require it in cases of

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 2

Receipts and expenditures of all public money shall be published from

time to time. A regular statement of

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 7

Recess of the Senate. The President may grant commissions, which shall

expire at the end of the next session, to fill vacancies that may happen

during the

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Reconsideration of a bill returned by the President with his objections.

Proceedings to be had upon the

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

Records, and judicial proceedings of every other State. Full faith and

credit shall be given in each State to the acts

ART. 4 SEC. 1 CL. _

Congress shall prescribe the manner of proving such acts, records, and

proceedings

ART. 4 SEC. 1 CL. _

Redress of grievances. Congress shall make no law abridging the right of

the people peaceably to assemble and to petition for the. [Amendments]

ART. 1 SEC. _ CL. _

Regulations, except as to the places of choosing Senators. The time,

places, and manner of holding elections for Senators and Representatives

shall be prescribed by the legislatures of the States, but Congress may

at any time by law make or alter such

ART. 1 SEC. 4 CL. 1

Regulations of commerce or revenue. Preference to the ports of one State

over those of another shall not be given by any

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 6

Religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. Congress shall make

no law respecting the establishment of. [Amendments]

ART. 1 SEC. _ CL. _

Religious test shall ever be required as a qualification for any office

or public trust under the United States. No

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 3

Removal of the President from office – The same shall devolve on the

Vice President. In case of the ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 6 [Amendments] ART.

25 SEC. _ CL. _

The Vice President shall succeed to the office of the President. In case

of the death, resignation, inability, or [Amendments] ART. 25 SEC. _

CL. _

Representation. No State, without its consent, shall be deprived of its

equal suffrage in the Senate

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Representation and direct taxation, how apportioned among the several

States

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Representation until the first enumeration under the Constitution not to

exceed one for every thirty thousand. The ratio of

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Representation in any State. The executive thereof shall issue writs of

election to fill vacancies in the

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 4

Representation among the several States shall be according to their

respective numbers, counting the whole number of persons in each State,

excluding Indians not taxed. The ratio of. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 2 CL. _

But where the right to vote in certain Federal and State elections is

abridged for any cause other than rebellion or other crime, the basis of

representation shall be reduced. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 2 CL. _

Representatives. Congress shall consist of a Senate and House of

ART. 1 SEC. 1 CL. _

Qualifications of electors of members of the House of

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 1

No person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained the age

of twenty-five years, been seven years a citizen of the United States,

and an inhabitant of the State in which he shall be chosen

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 2

And direct taxes, how apportioned among the several States

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Executives of the States shall issue writs of election to fill vacancies

in the House of

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 4

Shall choose their Speaker and other officers. The House of

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 5

Shall have the sole power of impeachment. The House of

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 5

The times, places, and manner of choosing Representatives shall be

prescribed by the legislatures of the States

ART. 1 SEC. 4 CL. 1

But Congress may make by law at any time or alter such regulations

except as to the places of choosing Senators

ART. 1 SEC. 4 CL. 1

And Senators shall receive a compensation, to be ascertained by law

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

Shall in all cases, except treason, felony, and breach of the peace, be

privileged from arrest during attendance at the session of the House,

and in going to and returning from the same

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

Shall not be questioned in any other place for any speech or debate.

Members of the House of

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

No member shall be appointed during his term to any civil office which

shall have been created, or the emoluments of which shall have been

increased, during such term

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 2

No person holding any office under the United States shall, while

holding such office, be a member of the House of

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 2

All bills for raising revenue shall originate in the House of

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 1

No Senator or Representative shall be an elector for President or Vice

President

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 2

No law, varying the compensation for the services of the Senators and

Representatives, shall take effect, until an election of Representatives

shall have intervened. [Amendments]

ART. 27 SEC. _ CL. _

Representatives shall be bound by an oath or affirmation to support the

Constitution of the United States. The Senators and

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 3

Representatives among the several States. Provisions relative to the

apportionment of. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 2 CL. _

Representatives and Senators. Prescribing certain disqualifications for

office as. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

But Congress may, by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such

disqualification. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

Reprieves and pardons except in cases of impeachment. The President may

grant

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Reprisal. Congress shall have power to grant letters of marque and

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 11

No State shall grant any letters of marque and

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Republican form of government. The United States shall guarantee to

every State in this Union a

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

And shall protect each of them against invasion; and on the application

of the legislature, or of the executive (when the legislature cannot be

convened), against domestic violence

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

Reserved rights of the States and the people. The enumeration in the

Constitution of certain rights shall not be construed to deny or

disparage others retained by the people. [Amendments]

ART. 9 SEC. _ CL. _

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor

prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively,

or to the people. [Amendments]

ART. 10 SEC. _ CL. _

Resignation of the President. The duties and powers of his office shall

devolve on the Vice President. In case of the death

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 6

Congress may by law provide for the case of the removal, death

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 6

The Vice President shall succeed to the office of the President. In case

of the death, removal, inability, or [Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

Resolution, or vote (except on a question of adjournment) requiring the

concurrence of the two Houses shall, before it becomes a law, be

presented to the President. Every order

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 3

Revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives. All bills for

raising

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 1

Revenue. Preference shall not be given to the ports of one State over

those of another by any regulations of commerce or

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 6

Rhode Island entitled to one Representative in the first Congress

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Right of petition. Congress shall make no law abridging the right of the

people peaceably to assemble and to petition for the redress of

grievances. [Amendments]

ART. 1 SEC. _ CL. _

Right to keep and bear arms. A well-regulated militia being necessary to

the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear

arms shall not be infringed. [Amendments]

ART. 2 SEC. _ CL. _

Rights in the Constitution shall not be construed to deny or disparage

others retained by the people. The enumeration of certain. [Amendments]

ART. 9 SEC. _ CL. _

Rights not delegated to the United States nor prohibited to the States

are reserved to the States or to the people. [Amendments]

ART. 10 SEC. _ CL. _

Rules of its proceedings. Each House may determine the

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 2

Rules and regulations respecting the territory or other property of the

United States. Congress shall dispose of and make all needful

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 2

Rules of the common law. All suits involving over twenty dollars shall

be tried by jury according to the. [Amendments]

ART. 7 SEC. _ CL. _

No fact tried by a jury shall be re-examined except according to the.

[Amendments]

ART. 7 SEC. _ CL. _

S

Science and the useful arts by securing to authors and inventors the

exclusive right to their writings and discoveries. Congress shall have

power to promote the progress of

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 8

Searches and seizures shall not be violated. The right of the people to

be secure against unreasonable. [Amendments]

ART. 4 SEC. _ CL. _

And no warrants shall be issued but upon probable cause, on oath or

affirmation, describing the place to be searched and the persons or

things to be seized. [Amendments]

ART. 4 SEC. _ CL. _

Seat of Government. Congress shall exercise exclusive legislation in all

cases over such district as may become the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 17

Securities and current coin of the United States. Congress shall provide

for punishing the counterfeiting of the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 6

Security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms

shall not be infringed. A well-regulated militia being necessary to the.

[Amendments]

ART. 2 SEC. _ CL. _

Senate and House of Representatives. The Congress of the United States

shall consist of a

ART. 1 SEC. 1 CL. _

Senate of the United States. The Senate shall be composed of two

Senators from each State, chosen by the legislature for six years

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 1

The Senate shall be composed of two Senators from each State, elected by

the people thereof, for six years. [Amendments]

ART. 17 SEC. 1 CL. _

Qualifications of electors of Senators. [Amendments]

ART. 17 SEC. 1 CL. _

If vacancies happen during the recess of the legislature of a State, the

executive thereof may make temporary appointments until the next meeting

of the legislature

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 2

When vacancies happen the executive authority of the State shall issue

writs of election to fill such vacancies; provided, that the legislature

of any State may empower the executive thereof to make temporary

appointment until the people fill the vacancies by election as the

legislature may direct. [Amendments]

ART. 17 SEC. 2 CL. _

The Vice President shall be President of the Senate, but shall have no

vote unless the Senate be equally divided

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 4

The Senate shall choose their other officers, and also a President

pro tempore in the absence of the Vice President or when he shall

exercise the office of President

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 5

The Senate shall have the sole power to try all impeachments. When

sitting for that purpose they shall be on oath or affirmation

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 6

When the President of the United States is tried the Chief Justice shall

preside; and no person shall be convicted without the concurrence of

two-thirds of the members present

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 6

It shall be the judge of the elections, returns, and qualifications of

its own members

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

A majority shall constitute a quorum to do business, but a smaller

number may adjourn from day to day, and may be authorized to compel the

attendance of absent members

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 1

It may determine the rules of its proceedings, punish a member for

disorderly behavior, and with the concurrence of two-thirds expel a

member

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 2

It shall keep a journal of its proceedings and from time to time publish

the same, except such parts as may in their judgment require secrecy

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 3

It shall not adjourn for more than three days during a session without

the consent of the other House

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 4

It may propose amendments to bills for raising revenue, but such bills

shall originate in the House of Representatives

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 1

The Senate shall advise and consent to the ratification of all treaties,

provided two-thirds of the members present concur

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

It shall advise and consent to the appointment of ambassadors, other

public ministers and consuls, judges of the Supreme Court, and all other

officers not herein otherwise provided for

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

It may be convened by the President on extraordinary occasions

ART. 2 SEC. 3 CL. 1

No State, without its consent, shall be deprived of its equal suffrage

in the Senate

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Senators. They shall, immediately after assembling, under their first

election, be divided into three classes, so that the seats of one-third

shall become vacant at the expiration of every second year

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 2

No person shall be a Senator who shall not be thirty years of age, nine

years a citizen of the United States, and an inhabitant when elected of

the State for which he shall be chosen

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 3

The times, places, and manner of choosing Senators may be fixed by the

legislature of a State, but Congress may by law make or alter such

regulations, except as to the places of choosing

ART. 1 SEC. 4 CL. 1

If vacancies happen during the recess of the legislature of a State, the

executive thereof may make temporary appointments until the next meeting

of the legislature.

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 2

If vacancies happen the executive authority of the State shall issue

writs of election to fill such vacancies; provided, that the legislature

of any State may empower the executive thereof to make temporary

appointment until the people fill the vacancies by election as the

legislature may direct. [Amendments]

ART. 17 SEC. 2 CL. _

They shall in all cases, except treason, felony, and breach of the

peace, be privileged from arrest during their attendance at the session

of the Senate and in going to and returning from the same

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

Senators and Representatives shall receive a compensation to be

ascertained by law

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

Senators and Representatives shall not be questioned for any speech or

debate in either House in any other place

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

No Senator or Representative shall, during the time for which he was

elected, be appointed to any civil office under the United States which

shall have been created, or of which the emoluments shall have been

increased, during such term

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 2

No person holding any office under the United States shall be a member

of either House during his continuance in office

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 2

No Senator or Representative or person holding an office of trust or

profit under the United States shall be an elector for President and

Vice President

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 2

Senators and Representatives shall be bound by an oath or affirmation to

support the Constitution

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 3

No person shall be a Senator or Representative who, having, as a Federal

or State officer, taken an oath to support the Constitution, afterward

engaged in rebellion against the United States. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

But Congress may, by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such

disability. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

No law, varying the compensation for the services of the Senators and

Representatives, shall take effect, until an election of Representatives

shall have intervened. [Amendments]

ART. 27 SEC. _ CL. _

Service or labor in one State, escaping into another State, shall be

delivered up to the party to whom such service or labor may be due.

Fugitives from

ART. 4 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Servitude, except as a punishment for crime, whereof the party shall

have been duly convicted, shall exist in the United States or any place

subject to their jurisdiction. Neither slavery nor involuntary.

[Amendments]

ART. 13 SEC. 1 CL. _

Servitude. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not

be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State, on account

of race, color, or previous condition of. [Amendments ]

ART. 15 SEC. 1 CL. _

Sex. Right of citizens to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the

United States or any State on account of. [Amendments]

ART. 19 SEC. _ CL. _

Ships of war in time of peace, without the consent of Congress. No State

shall keep troops or

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

Silver coin a tender in payment of debts. No State shall make anything

but gold and

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Slave. Neither the United States nor any State shall assume or pay any

debt or obligation incurred in aid of insurrection or rebellion, or any

claim for the loss or emancipation of any. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 4 CL. _

Slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime,

whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist in the

United States, or any places subject to their jurisdiction. Neither.

[Amendments]

ART. 13 SEC. 1 CL. _

Soldiers shall not be quartered, in time of peace, in any house without

the consent of the owner. [Amendments]

ART. 3 SEC. _ CL. _

South Carolina entitled to five Representatives in the first Congress

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Speaker and other officers. The House of Representatives shall choose

their

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 5

Speaker of the House of Representatives. President to transmit his

declaration of inability to discharge the powers and duties of his

office to [Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. 3 CL. _

Vice President and a majority of the principal officers of the executive

departments to transmit their declaration of the President’s inability

to discharge the powers and duties of his office to [Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. 4 CL. _

Speech or of the press. Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom

of. [Amendments]

ART. 1 SEC. _ CL. _

Speedy and public trial by a jury. In all criminal prosecutions the

accused shall have a. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

Standard of weights and measures. Congress shall fix the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 5

State of the Union. The President shall, from time to time, give

Congress information of the

ART. 2 SEC. 3 CL. _

State legislatures, and all executive and judicial officers of the

United States, shall take an oath to support the Constitution. All

members of the several

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 3

States. When vacancies happen in the representation from any State, the

executive authority shall issue writs of election to fill such vacancies

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 4

When vacancies happen in the representation of any State in the Senate,

the executive authority shall issue writs of election to fill such

vacancies. [Amendments]

ART. 17 SEC. 2 CL. _

Congress shall have power to regulate commerce among the several

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 3

No State shall enter into any treaty, alliance, or confederation

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Shall not grant letters of marque and reprisal

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Shall not coin money

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Shall not emit bills of credit

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Shall not make anything but gold and silver coin a tender in payment of

debts

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Shall not pass any bill of attainder, ex post facto law, or law

impairing the obligation of contracts

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Shall not grant any title of nobility

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Shall not, without the consent of Congress, lay any duties on imports or

exports, except what may be absolutely necessary for executing its

inspection laws

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 2

Shall not, without the consent of Congress, lay any duty of tonnage,

keep troops or ships of war in time of peace, enter into any agreement

or compact with another State or with a foreign power, or engage in war

unless actually invaded or in such imminent danger as will not admit of

delay

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

Full faith and credit in every other State shall be given to the public

acts, records, and judicial proceedings of each State

ART. 4 SEC. 1 CL. _

Congress shall prescribe the manner of proving such acts, records, and

proceedings

ART. 4 SEC. 1 CL. _

Citizens of each State shall be entitled to all privileges and

immunities of citizens in the several States

ART. 4 SEC. 2 CL. 1

New States may be admitted by Congress into this Union

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 1

But no new State shall be formed or erected within the jurisdiction of

another State

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Nor any State formed by the junction of two or more States or parts of

States, without the consent of the legislatures as well as of Congress

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 1

No State shall be deprived, without its consent, of its equal suffrage

in the Senate

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Three-fourths of the legislatures of the States, or conventions of

three-fourths of the States, as Congress shall prescribe, may ratify

amendments to the Constitution

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

The United States shall guarantee a republican form of government to

every State in the Union

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

They shall protect each State against invasion

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

And on application of the legislature, or the executive (when the

legislature cannot be convened), against domestic violence

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

The ratification by nine States shall be sufficient to establish the

Constitution between the States so ratifying the same

ART. 7 SEC. _ CL. _

When the choice of President shall devolve on the House of

Representatives, the vote shall be taken by States. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

But in choosing the President the vote shall be taken by States, the

representation from each State having one vote. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

A quorum for choice of President shall consist of a member or members

from two-thirds of the States, and a majority of all the States shall be

necessary to a choice. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

States or the people. Powers not delegated to the United States, nor

prohibited to the States, are reserved to the. [Amendments]

ART. 10 SEC. _ CL. _

Succession to the offices of the President and Vice President.

[Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

Suffrage in the Senate. No State shall be deprived without its consent

of its equal

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

No denial of right to vote on account of sex. [Amendments]

ART. 19 SEC. _ CL. _

Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed $20,

shall be tried by jury. [Amendments]

ART. 7 SEC. _ CL. _

In law or equity against one of the States, by citizens of another

State, or by citizens of a foreign State. The judicial power of the

United States shall not extend to. [Amendments]

ART. 11 SEC. _ CL. _

Suppress insurrections and repel invasions. Congress shall provide for

calling forth the militia to execute the laws

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 15

Suppression of insurrection or rebellion shall not be questioned. The

public debt, including the debt for pensions and bounties, incurred in

the. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 4 CL. _

Supreme Court. Congress shall have power to constitute tribunals

inferior to the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 9

And such inferior courts as Congress may establish. The judicial power

of the United States shall be vested in one

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

The judges of the Supreme Court and inferior courts shall hold their

offices during good behavior

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

The compensation of the judges shall not be diminished during their

continuance in office

ART. 3 SEC. 1 CL. _

Shall have original jurisdiction. In all cases affecting ambassadors,

other public ministers and consuls, and in which a State may be a party,

the

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Shall have appellate jurisdiction, both as to law and the fact, with

such exceptions and regulations as Congress may make. The

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Supreme law of the land. This Constitution, the laws made in pursuance

thereof, and the treaties of the United States, shall be the

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 2

The judges in every State shall be bound thereby

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 2

T

Tax shall be laid unless in proportion to the census or enumeration. No

capitation or other direct

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 4

Tax on incomes authorized without apportionment among the several

States, and without regard to any census or enumeration. [Amendments]

ART. 16 SEC. _ CL. _

Tax or duty shall be laid on articles exported from any State. No

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 5

Tax. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be

denied or abridged by the United States or any State by reason of

failure to pay. [Amendments]

ART. 24 SEC. 1 CL. _

Taxes (direct) and Representatives, how apportioned among the several

States

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Taxes, duties, imposts, and excises. Congress shall have power to lay

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 1

They shall be uniform throughout the United States

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 1

Temporary appointments until the next meeting of the legislature. If

vacancies happen in the Senate in the recess of the legislature of a

State, the executive of the State shall make

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 2

Tender in payment of debts. No State shall make anything but gold and

silver coin a

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Terms of four years. The President and Vice President shall hold their

offices for the

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 1

Term of office. President, not more than twice. [Amendments]

ART. 22 SEC. _ CL. _

Term for which he is elected. No Senator or Representative shall be

appointed to any office under the United States which shall have been

created or its emoluments increased during the

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 2

Territory or other property of the United States. Congress shall dispose

of and make all needful rules and regulations respecting the

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 2

Test as a qualification for any office or public trust shall ever be

required. No religious

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 3

Testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in

open court. No person shall be convicted of treason except on the

ART. 3 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Three-fourths of the legislatures of the States, or conventions in

three-fourths of the States, as Congress shall prescribe, may ratify

amendments to the Constitution

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Tie. The Vice President shall have no vote unless the Senate be equally

divided

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 4

Times, places, and manner of holding elections for Senators and

Representatives shall be prescribed in each State by the legislature

thereof

ART. 1 SEC. 4 CL. 1

But Congress may at any time by law make or alter such regulations,

except as to the places of choosing Senators.

ART. 1 SEC. 4 CL. 1

Title of nobility. The United States shall not grant any

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 8

No State shall grant any

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Title of any kind, from any king, prince, or foreign State, without the

consent of Congress. No person holding any office under the United

States shall accept of any

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 8

Tonnage without the consent of Congress. No State shall lay any duty of

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

Tranquility, provide for the common defense, &c. To insure domestic.

[Preamble]

ART. _ SEC. _ CL. _

Treason shall consist only in levying war against the United States, or

in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort

ART. 3 SEC. 3 CL. 1

No person shall, unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same

overt act, or on confession in open court, be convicted of

ART. 3 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Congress shall have power to declare the punishment of

ART. 3 SEC. 3 CL. 2

Shall not work corruption of blood. Attainder of

ART. 3 SEC. 3 CL. 2

Shall not work forfeiture, except during the life of the person

attainted. Attainder of

ART. 3 SEC. 3 CL. 2

Treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors. The President,

Vice President, and all civil officers shall be removed from office on

impeachment for and conviction of

ART. 2 SEC. 4 CL. 1

Treason, felony, and breach of the peace. Senators and Representatives

shall be privileged from arrest while attending or while going to or

returning from the sessions of Congress, except in cases of

ART. 1 SEC. 6 CL. 1

Treasury, but in consequence of appropriations made by law. No money

shall be drawn from the

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 7

Treaties. The President shall have power, with the advice and consent

of the Senate, provided two-thirds of the Senators present concur, to

make

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

The judicial power shall extend to all cases arising under the

Constitution, laws, and

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 1

They shall be the supreme law of the land, and the judges in every State

shall be bound thereby

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. 2

Treaty, alliance, or confederation. No State shall enter into any

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 1

Trial, judgment, and punishment according to law. Judgment in cases of

impeachment shall not extend further than to removal from, and

disqualification for, office; but the party convicted shall nevertheless

be liable and subject to indictment

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 7

Trial by jury. All crimes, except in cases of impeachment, shall be

tried by jury

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Such trial shall be held in the State within which the crime shall have

been committed

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 3

But when not committed within a State, the trial shall be at such a

place as Congress may by law have directed

ART. 3 SEC. 2 CL. 3

In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall have a speedy and public.

[Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

Suits at common law, when the amount exceeds $20, shall be by.

[Amendments]

ART. 7 SEC. _ CL. _

Tribunals inferior to the Supreme Court. Congress shall have power to

constitute

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 9

Troops or ships of war in time of peace without the consent of Congress.

No State shall keep

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

Trust or profit under the United States, shall be an elector for

President and Vice President. No Senator, Representative, or person

holding any office of

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 2

Two-thirds of the members present. No person shall be convicted on an

impeachment without the concurrence of

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 6

Two-thirds, may expel a member. Each House, with the concurrence of

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 2

Two-thirds. A bill returned by the President with his objections, may be

repassed by each House by a vote of

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

Two-thirds of the Senators present concur. The President shall have

power, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to make

treaties, provided

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Two-thirds of the legislatures of the several States. Congress shall

call a convention for proposing amendments to the Constitution on the

application of

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Two-thirds of both Houses shall deem it necessary. Congress shall

propose amendments to the Constitution whenever

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Two-thirds of the States. When the choice of a President shall devolve

on the House of Representatives, a quorum shall consist of a member or

members from. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

Two-thirds of the whole number of Senators. A quorum of the Senate, when

choosing a Vice President, shall consist of. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

Two-thirds, may remove the disabilities imposed by the third section of

the fourteenth amendment. Congress, by a vote of. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

Two years. Appropriations for raising and supporting armies shall not be

for a longer term than

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 12

U

Union. To establish a more perfect. [Preamble]

ART. _ SEC. _ CL. _

The President shall, from time to time, give to Congress information of

the state of the

ART. 2 SEC. 3 CL. 1

New States may be admitted by Congress into this

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 1

But no new States shall be formed or erected within the jurisdiction of

another

ART. 4 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Unreasonable searches and seizures. The people shall be secured in

their persons, houses, papers, and effects against. [Amendments]

ART. 4 SEC. _ CL. _

And no warrants shall be issued but upon probable cause, supported by

oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be

searched, and the persons or things to be seized. [Amendments]

ART. 4 SEC. _ CL. _

Unusual punishments inflicted. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor

excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and. [Amendments]

ART. 8 SEC. _ CL. _

Use without just compensation. Private property shall not be taken for

public. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Useful arts, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the

exclusive right to their writings and inventions. Congress shall have

power to promote the progress of science and the

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 8

V

Vacancies happening in the representation of a State. The executive

thereof shall issue writs of election to fill

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 4

Vacancies happening in the representation of a State in the Senate. The

executive thereof shall issue writs of election to fill. [Amendments]

ART. 17 SEC. 2 CL. _

Vacancies happening in the Senate in the recess of the legislature of a

State. How filled

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 2

Vacancies that happen during the recess of the Senate, by granting

commissions which shall expire at the end of the next session. The

President shall have power to fill

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Validity of the public debt incurred in suppressing insurrection against

the United States, including debt for pensions and bounties, shall not

be questioned. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 4 CL. _

Vessels bound to or from the ports of one State, shall not be obliged to

enter, clear, or pay duties in another State

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 6

Veto of a bill by the President. Proceedings of the two Houses upon the

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

Vice President of the United States shall be President of the Senate

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 4

He shall have no vote unless the Senate be equally divided

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 4

The Senate shall choose a President pro tempore in the absence of the

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 5

He shall be chosen for the term of four years

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 1

The number and the manner of appointing electors for President and

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 2

In case of the removal, death, resignation, or inability of the

President, the powers and duties of his office shall devolve on the

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 6

[Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

Congress may provide by law for the case of the removal, death,

resignation, or inability both of the President and

ART. 2 SEC. 1 CL. 6

[Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

On impeachment for and conviction of treason, bribery, and other high

crimes and misdemeanors, shall be removed from office. The

ART. 2 SEC. 4 CL. _

Vice President. The manner of choosing the. The electors shall meet in

their respective States and vote by ballot for President and Vice

President, one of whom, at least, shall not be an inhabitant of the same

State with themselves. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

Additional provision for succession through act of Congress.

[Amendments]

ART. 20 SEC. 4 CL. _

Nomination by President in case of vacancy in office. [Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. 2 CL. _

Term of office, beginning and ending. [Amendments]

ART. 20 SEC. 1 CL. _

The electors shall name, in distinct ballots, the person voted for as

Vice President. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

They shall make distinct lists of the persons voted for as Vice

President, which lists they shall sign and certify, and send sealed to

the seat of Government, directed to the President of the Senate.

[Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

The President of the Senate shall, in the presence of the Senate and

House of Representatives, open all the certificates, and the votes shall

be then counted. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

The person having the greatest number of votes shall be Vice President,

if such number be a majority of the whole number of electors.

[Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

If no person have a majority, then from the two highest numbers on the

list the Senate shall choose the Vice President. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

A quorum for this purpose shall consist of two-thirds of the whole

number of senators; and a majority of the whole number shall be

necessary to a choice. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

But if the House shall make no choice of a President before the 4th of

March next following, then the Vice President shall act as President, as

in the case of the death or other constitutional disability of the

President. [Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

No person constitutionally ineligible as President shall be eligible as.

[Amendments]

ART. 12 SEC. _ CL. _

In case of the removal, death, resignation, or inability of the

President, the powers and duties of his office shall succeed to

[Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. _ CL. _

Nomination by President of successor in event of vacancy in office of

[Amendments]

ART. 25 SEC. 2 CL. _

Violence. The United States shall guarantee to every State a republican

form of government, and shall protect each State against invasion and

domestic

ART. 4 SEC. 4 CL. _

Virginia entitled to ten Representatives in the first Congress.

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 3

Vote. Each Senator shall have one

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 1

The Vice President, unless the Senate be equally divided, shall have no

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 4

Requiring the concurrence of the two Houses (except upon a question of

adjournment) shall be presented to the President. Every order,

resolution, or

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 3

Shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on

account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude. The right of

citizens of the United States to. [Amendments]

ART. 15 SEC. 1 CL. _

Right of citizens to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United

States or any State on account of sex. [Amendments]

ART. 19 SEC. _ CL. _

Shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or any State by

reason of failure to pay any poll tax or other tax. The right of

citizens of the United States to. [Amendments]

ART. 24 SEC. 1 CL. _

Right of citizens who are eighteen years of age or older to vote shall

not be denied or abridged by the United States or any State, on account

of age. [Amendments]

ART. 26 SEC. 1 CL. _

Vote of two-thirds. Each House may expel a member by a

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 2

A bill vetoed by the President may be repassed in each House by a

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

No person shall be convicted on an impeachment except by a

ART. 1 SEC. 3 CL. 6

Whenever both Houses shall deem it necessary, Congress may propose

amendments to the Constitution by a

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

The President may make treaties with the advice and consent of the

Senate, by a

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 2

Disabilities incurred by participation in insurrection or rebellion, may

be relieved by Congress by a. [Amendments]

ART. 14 SEC. 3 CL. _

W

War, grant letters of marque and reprisal, and make rules concerning

captures on land and water. Congress shall have power to declare

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 11

For governing the land and naval forces. Congress shall have power to

make rules and articles of

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 14

No State shall, without the consent of Congress, unless actually

invaded, or in such imminent danger as will not admit of delay, engage

in

ART. 1 SEC. 10 CL. 3

War against the United States, adhering to their enemies, and giving

them aid and comfort. Treason shall consist only in levying

ART. 3 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Warrants shall issue but upon probable cause, on oath or affirmation,

describing the place to be searched, and the person or things to be

seized. No. [Amendments]

ART. 4 SEC. _ CL. _

Weights and measures. Congress shall fix the standard of

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 5

Welfare and to secure the blessings of liberty, &c. To promote the

general. [Preamble]

ART. _ SEC. _ CL. _

Welfare. Congress shall have power to provide for the common defense and

general

ART. 1 SEC. 8 CL. 1

Witness against himself. No person shall, in a criminal case, be

compelled to be a. [Amendments]

ART. 5 SEC. _ CL. _

Witnesses against him. In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall be

confronted with the. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

Witnesses in his favor. In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall

have compulsory process for obtaining. [Amendments]

ART. 6 SEC. _ CL. _

Witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court. No

person shall be convicted of treason unless on the testimony of two

ART. 3 SEC. 3 CL. 1

Writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended unless in case of rebellion

or invasion the public safety may require it

ART. 1 SEC. 9 CL. 2

Writs of election to fill vacancies in the representation of any State.

The executives of the State shall issue

ART. 1 SEC. 2 CL. 4

Written opinion of the principal officer in each of the Executive

Departments on any subject relating to the duties of his office. The

President may require the

ART. 2 SEC. 2 CL. 1

Y

Yeas and nays of the members of either House shall, at the desire of

one-fifth of those present, be entered on the journals

ART. 1 SEC. 5 CL. 3

The votes of both Houses upon the reconsideration of a bill returned

by the President with his objections shall be determined by

ART. 1 SEC. 7 CL. 2

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