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This category covers what rights a person has under the First Amendment of the US Constitution, like freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, right to assemble, and right to petition. These rights may arise when a person thinks that the government is trying to interfere with their religious practices, their speaking or publishing information, their assembly or protests, or petitioning the government.

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