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2013 Constitution Day Essay Contest Photos
The Supreme Court Justices with the 2013 Constitution Day Essay Contest winners and finalists. (Photos by Brian Eddy, NH Supreme Court)
QUESTION:
What are the arguments for and against restricting Constitutional rights to protect our security? In your opinion, should we have to give up some liberty, particularly personal privacy, in order to make our schools, airports and streets safer? Or are these restrictions intolerable in our free society?

Grades 5-8
Grades 9-12

STATEWIDE WINNER
Suhaas Katikaneni
Fairgrounds Middle School

STATEWIDE WINNER
Andrew Emanuel
Laconia High School

Suhaas Katikaneni
Grades 5-8 Statewide Winner Suhaas Katikaneni from Fairgrounds Middle School.

 

Andrew Emanuel
Grades 9-12 Statewide Winner Andrew Emanuel from Laconia High School reads his essay at the 2013 Constitution Day Essay Contest ceremony.

 

2012's finalists

New Hampshire State Director for Senator Kelly Ayotte, Bud Fitch, reads a congratulatory letter from Senator Ayotte to the finialists.

 

Aislin Murdock
Associate Justice Carol Ann Conboy (l) and finalist Aislin Murdock from Cooperative Middle School Exeter.

 

Madeline Phaneuf
Associate Justice Carol Ann Conboy (l) and finalist Madelaine Phaneuf from Keene Middle School.

 

Will Faria
Associate Justice Carol Ann Conboy (l) and finalist Will Faria from Exeter High School.

 

Sara Campbell
Associate Justice Carol Ann Conboy (l) and finalist Sara Campbell from St. Elizabeth Seton – Rochester.

 

Mathias Fressilli
Associate Justice Carol Ann Conboy (l) and finalist Mathias Fressilli from Contoocook Valley High School.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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