Article I of the Texas Constitution

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The official title of Article I is "Bill of Rights." It is commonly referred to as the Texas Bill of Rights. For a historical perspective, visit Origins of the Texas Bill of Rights.

Unlike articles, sections do not have official titles. The section titles that appear in various publications have been assigned over the years by different publishers and are arguably protected by copyright law.

Article I begins with the following text: "That the general, great and essential principles of liberty and free government may be recognized and established, we declare: . . . ."

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