What actions can our government take to better protect our unalienable rights or assure that all U.S citizens have these rights?

Asked 11 months ago - Denver, CO

What actions can our government take to better protect our unalienable rights or assure that all U.S citizens have these rights?

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  1. Christopher Daniel Leroi

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    Answered . This does not appear to be a legitimate legal question. My bet is that this is a final exam question for your class. Sorry, that is not the purpose of this forum. We are not Cliffs Notes for college, law scholl, or high school students. You need to do your own homework and not be so obvious with your postings

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  2. Christian K. Lassen II

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    Answered . We have more than enough protections from US gov

    Licensed & have offices in PA & NJ ONLY. (Philadelphia, PA & Marlton, NJ)
  3. Rixon Charles Rafter III

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    Answered . Many steps, at many levels of government in every branch are taken every day. Good luck with the exam.

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  4. Nancy Leong

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    Answered . The better question is what principles should guide courts in interpreting the Constitution. The Constitution guarantees a spectrum of rights and liberties; the courts ensure that those rights receive protection.

    I am not your lawyer. This is not legal advice.

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