Discover the history of #MemorialDay and why some citizens hope to make it a permanent holiday on May 30.

Enjoy special #MemorialDay programming, today at the National Constitution Center: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Discover the history of MemorialDay and why some citizens hope to make

The origins of the Memorial Day holiday - National Constitution Center

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National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen answers your constitutional questions for We the People podcast! Be sure to #AskJeffNCC by May 29.
National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen answers your constitutional quest

‘Ask Jeff’ about the Constitution - National Constitution Center

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America Treasures invites visitors to explore the founding era through priceless drafts of the Constitution, and learn how James Madison secured the #BillofRights in 1791.

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America Treasures invites visitors to explore the founding era through priceless drafts
#OnThisDay in 1861, Chief Justice Taney challenged Lincoln's suspension of habeas corpus near east coast railroads.
OnThisDay in 1861 Chief Justice Taney challenged Lincolns suspension of habeas corpus

Lincoln and Taney’s great writ showdown - National Constitution Center

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Lyle Denniston discusses Harris v. Cooper: "This new case developed in an odd way, and that may be the reason why the court is now questioning its authority to review it."
Lyle Denniston discusses Harris v Cooper This new case developed in an

Court doubts it can rule on partisan gerrymander case - National Constitution Center

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The Lincoln Memorial was officially dedicated on May 30, 1922. The ceremony was hosted by President Taft and Lincoln’s son, Robert Todd Lincoln, was in attendance.

Learn more about our country's famous memorials during #MemorialDay programming, May 27-29.
The Lincoln Memorial was officially dedicated on May 30 1922 The ceremony

Memorial Day - National Constitution Center

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Constitution Daily takes an updated look at significant cases considered by the Supreme Court since October.
Constitution Daily takes an updated look at significant cases considered by the

Supreme Court Scorecard (Updared 5/25/2017): The current term - National Constitution Center

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#OnThisDay in 1935, the Supreme Court struck down part of #FDR’s National Industrial Recovery Act.
OnThisDay in 1935 the Supreme Court struck down part of FDRs National

On this day, Supreme Court invalidates key FDR program - National Constitution Center

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"The case of Gill v. Whitford is one of the most closely-watched cases on that highly disputed issue – something the Justices have never settled."
The case of Gill v Whitford is one of the most closelywatched

Wisconsin seeks delay in partisan gerrymander ruling - National Constitution Center

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The removal of four public symbols of the Confederacy in New Orleans highlights the crucial difference between history and memory.
The removal of four public symbols of the Confederacy in New Orleans

The debate over Confederate monuments and how to remember the Civil War - National Constitution Center

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"Attorney General Jeff Sessions promptly announced a plan to appeal to the Supreme Court."
"Attorney General Jeff Sessions promptly announced a plan to appeal to the Supreme Court"

Supreme Court appeal next after Trump curb on immigration blocked - National Constitution Center

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Debra Eastman
According to Betsy Ross’ family, General Washington, Robert Morris, and George Ross approached her to help create a national flag in 1776.

Celebrate Philadelphia's Stripes and Stars Festival on June 14! National Constitution Center special programming and admission is $5, courtesy Macy's.
According to Betsy Ross family General Washington Robert Morris and George Ross

Stripes and Stars Festival - National Constitution Center

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Darryl B Northern
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling upheld a nationwide block on President Donald J. Trump's immigration ban.
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling upheld a nationwide block on

Trump administration loses another immigration-ban appeal - National Constitution Center

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Ryan Wofford
Stewart Low
We the People podcast: Guests explore the life and legacy of the Chief Justice John Marshall.

John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice is now open at the National Constitution Center, and presented in partnership with The John Marshall Foundation: [ Ow.ly Link ]
We the People podcast Guests explore the life and legacy of the

Podcast: The life and legacy of John Marshall - National Constitution Center

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#OnThisDay in 1787, the Constitutional Convention began in Philadelphia, and #GeorgeWashington was named its president.

Celebrate #ConstitutionDay with the National Constitution Center on September 18: [ Ow.ly Link ]
OnThisDay in 1787 the Constitutional Convention began in Philadelphia and George

It was 230 years ago today the Constitutional Convention began - National Constitution Center

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Marc Jones
Ask National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen about the U.S. Constitution! Submit your #AskJeffNCC questions for a We the People podcast by May 29.
Ask National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen about the US Constitution Submit

‘Ask Jeff’ about the Constitution - National Constitution Center

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Can the Senate hold Michael Flynn in contempt? Constitution Daily looks at his recent decision to invoke the #5thAmendment.
Can the Senate hold Michael Flynn in contempt Constitution Daily looks at

Understanding Michael Flynn’s Fifth Amendment case - National Constitution Center

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John Marshall's inkwell and spectacles, late 1700s – 1830, courtesy of Preservation Virginia’s John Marshall House.

Explore the life and influential career of the Chief Justice in a new exhibit opening May 25, presented in partnership with The John Marshall Foundation.

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John Marshalls inkwell and spectacles late 1700s 1830 courtesy of Preservation Virginias
#OnThisDay in 1775, Founding Father John Hancock was named president of the Second Continental Congress.
OnThisDay in 1775 Founding Father John Hancock was named president of the

10 fascinating facts about John Hancock - National Constitution Center

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions alters the Trump administration's definition of a “sanctuary jurisdiction.”
Attorney General Jeff Sessions alters the Trump administrations definition of a sanctuary

Did Trump administration concede a key sanctuary city point? - National Constitution Center

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