State Constitutions and Government
Since its founding, the United States of America has maintained a high standard and respect of human rights and civil liberties. The United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights are documents that solidify these principles in which the country’s framework is built upon. They are the founding pillars of government and policy, creating a fair and just system for all its citizens. With guidance from the federal constitution, each state contains its own version to govern its specific laws and policies. The individual state constitutions are typically longer than the federal version, and can be amended by initiative. State constitutions work as a specific outline for each state’s government.
The following directory provides resourceful links to each state’s constitution and governmental departments to help you better understand the dynamic relationship of the governing fundamental principles of the United States.
- State of Arizona
- Yuma County, Arizona Bill of Rights
- State of Arizona government resources
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