Constitutional Law-State Constitutions

Aside from the U.S. Constitution, each state within the Union has a state constitution. Those state constitutions may vary dramatically from one state to another. The key point to remember in regard to the state constitution is that it may bestow additional rights upon the citizens of that state, but it cannot restrict the rights guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution.

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