Differences and similarities between Minnesota and U.S. bill of rights

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  1. 1.Object of government: Government works for the people, their security and benefit. The United States Constitution rough equivalent is the tenth amendment, that grants any rights not given to the states to the people.
  2. 2.No member of the state will be denied rights given to someone else unless by law or in court. The United States Constitution equivalent is equal protection.
  3. 3.Liberty of the press for anyone to say as they want. The constitutional equivalent is the first amendment.
  4. 4.Trial by jury. The Constitutional equivalent is amendment sixth.
  5. 5.No excessive bail or unusual punishments. The constitutional equivalent is the eight amendment.
  6. 6.Rights of the accused. the constitutional equivalent is the sixth amendment.
  7. 7.Due process. the constitutional equivalent is the fifth amendment.
  8. 8.Redress of injuries or wrongs. there is no constitutional equivalent in the bill of rights
  9. 9. Treason defined. There is no Constitutional equivalent
  10. 10.No unreasonable search and siezure. The Constitutional equivalent is the fourt amendment
  11. 11.No bill of attainder, ex post facto law. There is no equivalent in the constitution.
  12. 12. No debtors prison or property exemption. There is no Constitutional equivalent.
  13. 13. Private property cannot be forcibly used for the public. The very loose Constitutional equivalent is the third amendment.
  14. 14. The military is owned by the public, no standing army in times of peace. There is no Constitutional equivalent.
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