Constitution Day is a national observance on September 17 meant to commemorate the signing of the U.S. Constitution. Schools that receive federal funding, as well as federal agencies, are required to observe Constitution Day due to Senator Robert Byrd's 2004 federal spending bill.
The Project On Government Oversight acquired The Constitution Project which works to protect the constitutional rights of individuals.
The American Constitution Society publishes blog posts by experts on Law and Policy Analysis.
The National Archives provide a ton of information about the Constitutional timeline and its authors.
Learn more about six of the key founding fathers through their own writing and debates through Founders Online.
Oyez is a multimedia archive that makes the Supreme Court available to anyone. On Oyez, you can explore members of the Supreme Court and their decisions.
"Live constitutional conversations and debates featuring leading historians, journalists, scholars, and public officials hosted at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia and across America."
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