The Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights

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  • When Bill learns about the First Amendment, he meets up with Jo to talk about it.
  • Bill: Have you heard about the first amendment to the Bill of Rights?
  • Jo: Not yet. What is it?
  • It gives us the ability to speak our minds. We can worship how we want to and we have the right to peaceful protest.
  • Yeah! Let's go!
  • Does that mean we can go to town square right now and peaceful protest for more government funding to the military?
  • Aren't you so glad that the first amendment was enacted? Now we can speak our minds!
  • The friends rushed to town square and saw other people who had heard about the first amendment practicing their free speech as well.
  • Definitely! 
  • Hey! What's going on here?
  • Huh?
  • After the protest, Bill returns home to see his wife, Melly, standing outside with an soldier. She looked very nervous.
  • Please, sir, we don't have enough money or space to lodge any soldiers.
  • I am a member of the US military and I require shelter for a few weeks. You are all required to house me!
  • These are lies! According to Amendment III in the Bill of Rights, we do not have to house soldiers!
  • Honey! Is this true?
  • Now, sir, please leave my property.
  • Fine!
  • Thank you Founding Fathers for the Bill of Rights!
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