Reading of the U.S. Constitution in the House of Representatives

Posted By on January 6, 2011

This morning, the House of Representatives’ first order of business is a reading of the U.S. Constitution.

Watch it live here.

Want to follow along?  Check out the National Archive’s online exhibit about the Constitution.  The site has a copy of the complete text of the Constitution including the Bill of Rights and the remaining amendments.

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