The Bill Of Rights: The First Ten Amendments In The United States

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The Bill of Rights represents the first ten amendments of the U.S Constitution. The First and Fourth amendment does protect the citizen privacy, however it does not regulate the choice of medical care.
The Supreme Court has overruled the Obama care in which has made a decision of making every citizen must have health care or will be subject to a penalty on their annual tax and by 2016 the fine is $695 per adult or 2.5 percent of annual income whichever is greater. The Bill of Rights does not regulate the citizen of free exercise of health care nor the decision to suicidal. Although suicide can be considered a “common lawcrime, there has no laws against suicide or suicidal, but all 50 states have laws that say that assisting in suicide is

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