121 Amendment A change or addition to a legal document
122 Bill of Rights The first ten amendments to the Constitution. It lists basic rights that the federal government cannot take away and must protect.
123 Assemble A group of people gathering for a common cause
124 Petition Formal written request, often to the government
125 Press Referring to newspapers or journalists and the written word
126 Grievance A real or imagined wrong or other cause for complaint or protest
127 Prohibit Formally forbid by law, rule, or other authority
128 Citizen A legally recognized person of a state or country either by birth or naturalization
129 Due Process Fair treatment in the judicial system that citizens are entitled to.
130 Seizure To take by force