Life, Liberty, and Property

August 15, 1868

The Fourteenth Amendment states that anyone that was born in the United States or has lived in the United States for a while and is accustom to it, they are an American citizen. No state should make or enforce a law that shortens the rights of the citizens of the United States. Also, no state should take away a citizens life, liberty, or property, without due process of law, or deny any person within their power and the equality of the laws.

Sources: Dictionary

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