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RIGHTS - CITIZENS -

Citizens of the state of California, including those residing in chartered municipalities, enjoy broad rights.[1] Specifically, the California Constitution recognizes the inalienable rights of people respecting life, liberty, property, safety, happiness, and privacy.[2] Citizens also enjoy other expansive civil rights including: freedom of press,[3] the right to instruct representatives,[4] religious liberty,[5] freedom from quartering soldiers,[6] […]

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RIGHTS - THIRD PARTIES -

A citizen of the United States who is not also a citizen of California generally enjoys the same rights as a citizen of California,[1] including the right to the protection of the state while in California.[2] Under article I, third parties who are not citizens of California hold the same property rights as citizens.[3] Moreover, […]

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RIGHTS - CITIZENS -

The Constitution provides for: (1) “[e]quality, social justice, the provision of safety and security and equality of opportunity for all citizens;”[1] (2) the protection of private property including that it will not be taken for public use without just compensation;[2] (3) equal protection before the law and nondiscrimination;[3] (4) freedom from search and seizure except […]

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RIGHTS - THIRD PARTIES -

First, the Constitution provides several matters without regard to citizenship including: (1) family as the basis of society;[1] (2) protection of childhood and motherhood;[2] (3) the right state funded education;[3] (4) the right establishment of special schools;[4] (5) protection of private property, including from regulatory takings except by exercise of eminent domain with fair compensation;[5] […]

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