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  • September 24, 2008
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Newseum’s First Amendment Gallery

The Newseum’s First Amendment Gallery puts each of the five freedoms in historical context and provides perspective on what they mean to us today.

One of those freedoms, the Freedom to Petition, includes MADD as the lead example of petitioning the government to change legislation. MADD has been a part of this permanent exhibit since the Newseum’s grand opening in 2008.

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