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  • I turn 18 tomorrow, I can't wait to register to vote!
  • Hey, You can't do that! It's cruel and unusual punishment.
  • I wish prohibition was repealed, and then I could go to a bar.
  • You better get on that bus! Prohibition was just repealed.
  • The 26th amendment gives 18 year olds the right to vote. This amendment allows young adults between the ages of 18 and 21 to have the opportunity to vote.
  • We finally get a say!
  • I'm so glad we get electoral votes now!!
  • The 8th amendment states that cruel and unusual punishment shall not be inflicted. Many people saw this clause as necessary to protect citizens.
  • You can't force me to let you stay here!
  • The 20th repeals the prohibition of alcohol that had been previously set by the 18th amendment. This was the only amendment to be voted on by the people.
  • The 23rd amendment gives three electoral votes to Washington D.C. This gives the opportunity for the people that live in this territory to have a voice on who is elected president.
  • The 3rd amendment states that the quartering of soldiers during times of war shall not take place unless consent is given by the homeowner. The practice is forbidden during peacetimes.
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