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For this project I'm doing about the Bill of Rights, I had to choose one amendment and I chose the first one; freedom of religion to be more exact.
I just need to know what are 2 examples of how this amendment protects citizens?

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  1. These sites will give you some ideas on that.

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  2. Just put the rules of the bill of rights and draw a picture

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