___ the united states constitution, state constitutions ___ a bill of rights enumerating the rights garuanteed?

A.) much like, also include

B.) unlike, do not include

C.) unlike, include

D.) much like, do not include

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  • 6 years ago
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    Much like the United States Constitution, state constitutions also include a Bill of Rights enumerating the rights guaranteed.


    WIKI: Typically state constitutions address a wide array of issues deemed by the states to be of sufficient importance to be included in the constitution rather than in an ordinary statute. Often modeled after the federal Constitution, they outline the structure of the state government...

    ... and typically establish a bill of rights,...

    an executive branch headed by a governor (and often one or more other officials, such as a lieutenant governor and state attorney general), a state legislature, and state courts, including a state supreme court (a few states have two high courts, one for civil cases, the other for criminal cases). Additionally, many other provisions may be included. Many state constitutions, unlike the federal constitution, also begin with an invocation of God.

  • A. Many parts of state constitutions took their lead from the federal constitution.

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