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Examine the many ways the U.S. Constitution places limits on law in the United States. Laws regulating speech, artistic expression, or gun ownership run the risk of violating various constitutional provisions. By Day 3, post a state or local legal tenet that has come under fire for potentially violating a constitutionally protected freedom or right. Identify the law that potentially violates a constitutionally protected freedom or right, describe the jurisdiction from where the law originates, and examine the constitutional violation. For more detailed information you can use the legal website, Oyez, listed among the recommended resources for this week.

Guided Response:

Your initial post should be at least 400 words in length. Provide your perspective on whether the law identified in the original post did, in fact, violate the Constitution. In your opinion, should the spirit of the identified law supersede any concerns pertaining to constitutional violations? Defend your stance with support from scholarly sources. Is the law so vital to the health or welfare of the citizens of the jurisdiction that any concerns regarding constitutional violations should be negated? Provide an argument stating your perspective. Support any stance you take using scholarly sources. Review your colleagues’ posts, and substantively respond to no fewer than two of your peers. Your responses and citations must be formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center

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APA Key Elements This checklist is designed as a guide to the key elements of APA 6th ed. style required for student papers at Ashford University (AU). General Items • • • • Requirements The entire document is double-spaced, from title page through references. Margins are 1" on all sides and 12 pt Times New Roman font is required according to Ashford guidelines. There are no bold, oversized, or decorative fonts used in the document. "I", "we", "our" should only be used rarely in a research document. The writing needs to be objective and impersonal and in the third person unless otherwise stated in the assignment guidelines. It is also preferred that students not refer to themselves in the third person. Numbers: • • Always spell out a number in words if it begins a sentence. Generally spell out the numbers one through ten in words. Use figures for numbers above ten unless they begin a sentence. Title Page Requirements The title page should be in the following order: • • • • • Title Your name Course Instructor Date Submitted Please note that Ashford University APA guidelines require title pages to include the course instructor's name and date. This requirement is specific to Ashford and is not included in the APA publication guidelines as outlined in the APA Publication Manual (6th edition). Running Header • • • Requirements All papers must include a Running Header. It needs to be left justified, and on the same line as the page number throughout the document. The term "Running head: YOUR TITLE" appears on first page (Title Page) in the header. The shortened title always appears in all capital letters in the header throughout the rest of the paper. Introduction • • • • • Requirements It is on page two of the document (the first page after the Title Page) and starts a new page. The title appears at the beginning of the page and is centered. The word "Introduction" is not used as a heading. The introduction is written in a "funnel fashion," moving from broad to specific as it relates to your topic and study. The last sentence or paragraph is a clear statement of the research paper's purpose and what was found. Citations in Text • • • • Requirements The symbol "&" is used inside parentheses; the word "and" is used in text.. The author's last name and the year of publication should appear in any in text citation. Be aware of how to cite a work with multiple authors, and how this format will change after the first citation. Only the source you actually read should appear in the References. References Requirements • • Start a new page.. The title of the page (References) should be centered and not underlined • The page should be double-spaced; bring each new reference to the margin and indent the remainder of the reference. Only use last names and first initials, not full first names. Only references cited in your paper appear in the References. Likewise, anything cited in your paper must appear in the References. If you did not actually read an article but read about it (secondary sources), you must cite the article of interest and the source you read utilized within the text of your paper. • • • Only the source you actually read appears in the References Adapted from document by Tam M. Spitzer, Ph.D., St. John Fisher College ...
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Violation of Constitutional Provisions- Outline
Thesis Statement: The supporters of the law argued that it only applied to wedding services but
legal experts analyzed it further to show that the law was extended to government workers,
medical professionals, and adoption agencies.
I. Introduction
II. Analysis of freedom violation
III. Necessity of the law


Running head: VIOLATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS

Violation of Constitutional Provisions
Name
Institution

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VIOLATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS

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Violation of Constitutional Provisions
In May 2016, a “Religious Freedom” law was created, and it seemed to violate the equal
protection clause of the fourteenth amendment of the U.S Constitution. This law which was
brought into effect...

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