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2 4.3- Extending the Bill of Rights Amendments

3 Amendment 11 States cannot be sued in federal court by one of its citizens, a citizen of another state, or by a foreign country States cannot be sued in federal court by one of its citizens, a citizen of another state, or by a foreign country

4 Amendment 12 Election of the President and Vice- President Election of the President and Vice- President Use of electoral college to use separate ballots in voting for president and vice-president Use of electoral college to use separate ballots in voting for president and vice-president

5 Amendment 13 Known as Civil War Amendment Known as Civil War Amendment Outlaws the practice of slavery in the United States Outlaws the practice of slavery in the United States

6 Amendment 14 Also known as Civil War Amendment Also known as Civil War Amendment Originally meant to protect the rights of freed slaves Originally meant to protect the rights of freed slaves Now protects all citizens’ life, liberty or property without due process Now protects all citizens’ life, liberty or property without due process All have equal protection under the law All have equal protection under the law

7 Amendment 15 Also known as Civil War Amendment Also known as Civil War Amendment No person shall be denied the right to vote because of race No person shall be denied the right to vote because of race Poll taxes, literacy tests, etc. worked against Poll taxes, literacy tests, etc. worked against Women not included Women not included

8 Amendment 16 Congress can collect income tax Congress can collect income tax

9 Amendment 17 2 Senators from each state are directly elected by the people 2 Senators from each state are directly elected by the people Gave people a greater voice Gave people a greater voice

10 Amendment 18 Illegal to sell, manufacture, or transport alcoholic beverages Illegal to sell, manufacture, or transport alcoholic beverages “Prohibition” “Prohibition”

11 Amendment 19 Women’s Suffrage Women’s Suffrage The right to vote cannot be denied because of gender The right to vote cannot be denied because of gender

12 Amendment 20 “Lame-Duck” Amendment “Lame-Duck” Amendment President takes office January 20 th President takes office January 20 th Congress begins new term January 3 rd Congress begins new term January 3 rd Outgoing officials have little influence and do not accomplish much Outgoing officials have little influence and do not accomplish much If president-elect dies before taking office, vice-president elect becomes president If president-elect dies before taking office, vice-president elect becomes president

13 Amendment 21 Repeals the 18 th Amendment ending Prohibition Repeals the 18 th Amendment ending Prohibition Only amendment to do this Only amendment to do this

14 Amendment 22 President cannot serve more than 2 full terms President cannot serve more than 2 full terms Passed as a response to FDR’s 4 terms in office (1933 – 1945) Passed as a response to FDR’s 4 terms in office (1933 – 1945)

15 Amendment 23 Allows the citizens of the Washington D.C. to vote for president and vice president Allows the citizens of the Washington D.C. to vote for president and vice president 3 presidential electors 3 presidential electors

16 Amendment 24 Prohibits the use of poll taxes in federal elections Prohibits the use of poll taxes in federal elections Poll taxes used to keep low-income minorities from voting Poll taxes used to keep low-income minorities from voting

17 Amendment 25 If the president dies or cannot lead, vice- president takes office If the president dies or cannot lead, vice- president takes office If the vice-president dies or resigns, the president cannot appoint a replacement If the vice-president dies or resigns, the president cannot appoint a replacement Subject to Congressional consent Subject to Congressional consent

18 Amendment 26 No one over the age of eighteen can be denied the right to vote by virtue of age No one over the age of eighteen can be denied the right to vote by virtue of age

19 Amendment 27 Any pay raise Congress gives it’s members does not take effect until a new election has taken place. Any pay raise Congress gives it’s members does not take effect until a new election has taken place. Proposed in 1789, passed in 1992 Proposed in 1789, passed in 1992

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