Field Trip to Supreme Court Indianapolis by Brendan

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Categories: American Minute with Bill Federer, WTK Kids ProjectsPublished On: May 4th, 2016Tags: , Views: 1834124 words

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On May 4th, I went to the Indianapolis State Capitol on a field trip with my class and my mom.

We went to the State House. We went to the House of Representatives and sat in their chairs. We went to the Senate and sat in their chairs. Next we went to the Senate and sat in their chairs.

 

Finally, we went to the Supreme Court and met a justice.

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