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In the fifth-grade social studies room of Kari Jesse, Painted Stone Elementary students chose what they considered most important and least important in the Bill of Rights. Kendahl Johnson (left) and Katie Rossetti disagreed with other students. They selected trial by jury as among their top five because Kendahl said, “People could get away and commit more crimes, but if they go to a jury they can get punished.” Katie said religious rights were No. 1 because “you can’t force people to have a religion they don’t believe in.”
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