Why is the 9th Amendment so important?


The 9th Amendment also known as the Silent Amendment because people forget that it exists. This Amendment addresses the people's rights that are not specified in the Constitution.
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The ninth amendment help you to have the freedom of choice for everything that the bill of rights didnt cover.
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The Ninth Amendment is very important. It states that not every right that is given is found in the Constitution, but these unwritten rights still cannot be denied.
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