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Constitutional rights include:

The right to practice your own religion.

The right to protest the government.

The right to have firearms.

The right to due process under law.

The right to not be forced to incriminate yourself.

The right to an attorney.

The right to not be tortured or excessively fined.

The right to not be a slave.

The right to vote regardless of gender or race.

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The Bill of Rights, which includes all amendments from the First Amendment to the Sixteenth Amendment.

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What was the most important task for congress after the us constitution was ratified?

first session of Congress: 1789 most important task: passing Bill of Rights (which gave all American citizens rights)

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