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My answer, by the way, is the Ninth and the Fourteenth. It’s the only proper interpretation of what a Constitution does: It delegates certain powers to the government that first belonged to the people. The people retain the full range of rights and freedoms save for those necessary to allow the government to function with the boundaries set forth by the Constitution.
As for the Tenth, I’m all for federalism, but a state or local government shouldn’t be permitted to violate the fundamental rights of its citizens.