Political rights but not social and economic rights

Because the Bill of Rights and the other 15 active amendments to the U.S. Constitution are political rather

than social and economic, funding of public schools, hospitals, health facilities and medical research

institutions have been drastically cut in favor of the private sector and much of the authority over social

services has been sent back to the state level rather than the federal government in Washington. States

are then free to fund or not fund social services, environmental problems, water and road mantenance.

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