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Voices of Trinity: Constitution Day Edition: Citizenship and 14th Amendment

- Today is Constitution Day! Join the debate on citizenship and the 14th Amendment. Comments welcome all day!
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Constitution Day: Who Are Citizens?

- Constitution Day Essay Question: Should we amend the citizenship clause of the 14th Amendment? Discuss!
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Voting Rights and American Morality

- Voting rights is a moral issue for this nation. All citizens must be able to exercise the right to vote without fear, intimidation, or artificial barriers to voting.
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Tracing Citizenship's Roots

- aflag9 pintacp Christopher Columbus did not go through Ellis Island in 1492.  He came right across the southern border. Refugees from the oppressive monarch in Britain — otherwise known as Pilgrims — who landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620 did not register…
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