O■ By Rusty Strait / Senior Reporter nce upon a time, a land known for its freedom, free speech and the public’s right to know existed as the United States of America. Also existing in that land was a living, flexible document known as “The United States Constitution.” It originally contained seven articles and 10 amendments. In sixth grade we learned what they were and what they did. The seven articles set up our form of government. Most folks today never heard of them. The first 10 amendments granted rights to “We the People.” The Constitution was very specific in its intent. Rights not specifically granted to the government were reserved
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