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SEC. 4.-President and Vice-President to be removed on impeach-
to be had in State where crime has been committed.
SEC. 3.-1. Treason consists in levying war against, or adhering to
no conviction unless on testimony of two wit-
SEC. 3.-1. New States may be admitted by Congress, but they can-
2. Congress may dispose of and make rules and regulations
The ratification of nine States sufficient.
In civil actions, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved
facts tried by jury are re-examinable only according
Powers not delegated nor prohibited to the States are re-
the President of the Senate to open the certifi-
Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except for crime,
but when the right to vote is denied to male
Art. XIV, Sec. 2.—Continued.
except for participation in the rebellion or
SEC. 3.-Persons engaged in insurrection or rebellion having previ-