First Amendment Rulings Re-Inforcing Freedom:

The First Amendment of The Constitution of The United States of America reads:

    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, OR PROHIBITING the free exercise thereof;OR abridging the freedom of speechOR of the press; OR the right of the people peaceably to assembleAND to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

Below are links to pages explaining Supreme Court rulings that reinforce your First Amendment Rights:

Copyrighted Materials May Be Used “To Educate”; called “Fair Use” in law

“First Amendment activities” protected in front of ALL Shopping Centers; “shopping center” is defined as “3 or more businesses in the same building”

Filming On-Duty Public Officials in Public Spaces is an *Assumed Right*according to 5 U.S. Supreme Court rulings

“Giving Money” may be done as “A Form of Expression”which or course means other things may be as well!

ALSO– don’t forget that The Fourteenth Amendment gives all “rights, privileges, & immunities” that all “Citizens” are granted to all NON-Citizens as well, so long as they are operating with direct regard to The Preamble:

The 14th Amendment

The Preamble:

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Transcript of the Bill of Rights on
“The Fourteenth Amendment” on Cornell University’s website:

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