Are States that no longer uphold Constitutional law and the Bill of Rights?

protected by Constitutional law?

Which states are you referring to ?

ALL states are bound by Constitutional Law and the Bill of Rights.

Any state legislature or state governor that does not uphold these importants acts will find themselves subject to legal proceedings.

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3 thoughts on “Are States that no longer uphold Constitutional law and the Bill of Rights?

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    (February 7, 2010 - 10:21 am)

    Well all states are bound by the Constitution. It’s the Supreme Courts job to uphold the Constitution and they are the highest court in the land. Their judgments overrule the states courts.
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    George S

    (February 7, 2010 - 10:48 am)

    Yes, but I don’t understand your point. The federal government is the worst violator of the Bill of Rights and always was. That was originally written to protect states and individuals from federal tyranny.
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    decades studying philosophies and cultures

    Richard K

    (February 7, 2010 - 10:55 am)

    Which states are you referring to ?

    ALL states are bound by Constitutional Law and the Bill of Rights.

    Any state legislature or state governor that does not uphold these importants acts will find themselves subject to legal proceedings.
    References :

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