Maria Dizzia

actress, “What the Constitution Means to Me”

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The new play, “What the Constitution Means to Me,” is based on Washington state native Heidi Schreck’s experiences debating the Constitution around the country.

The Constitution: What isn’t said, whether it needs a rewrite

The new play, “What the Constitution Means to Me,” is based on Washington state native Heidi Schreck’s experiences debating the Constitution around the country.

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